I had to laugh at this tale of a prison guard in Austria.
After a panel decision, a prison guard in Vienna has lost her job working as security for a local brothel.
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Rather than serving customers directly ... the guard was responsible for the security of the brothel, as well as undertaking collection tasks - presumably if customers got into arrears.
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The woman had followed procedure by reporting that she had a source of secondary income in a local business, but wasn't specific as to the nature of the business.
There's more at the link.
I want to know how the customers 'got into arrears'. I mean, isn't a brothel a sort of pay-as-you-go proposition?