Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Thomas Belesis, hired by Wall Street to defend the good, moral character of people on the Street and to "polish Street's image" has a story. His previous background included working at a company that was accused of the following lurid details in a federal lawsuit:
Lesbian strippers were allegedly a regular fixture on the trading floor, and one dancer was asked to remove her labia ring so male employees could petition female employees to sniff it. Brokers were allegedly assigned to mop up the whipped cream and bodily fluids resulting from an exec's midday frolic with his secretary. A female employee said that refusing a male superior's sexual demands was grounds for termination; men regularly wiped food-covered hands on women's breasts; a junior partner was said to have sometimes picked his nose and then rammed his finger into female brokers' sandwiches.

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