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Employer pays compensation to woman injured during sex on business trip

THE Australian Federal Court says the woman who injured herself during sex on a business trip is entitled to compensation. Because she was away from home, and thus on work time, when the accident occurred the injury was down to her employer’s neglect.

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Posted: 17th, December 2012 | In: Reviews | Comment


Army Vet Tilern DeBique Wins £17,016 And Urban Camouflage Award

TILERN DeBique, 28, was spotted leaving an industrial tribunal in Holborn central London, after winning £17,016 compensation from the Ministry of Defence. She used to be in the Army and by the looks of her she seems to have learnt much of urban camouflage in a hostile environment. DeBique was monstered in the tabloids for requesting £1.1 million compo for sexual discrimination. Or was it £500,000? At least all media could agree that DeBique is a single mother, and therefore worthy of scorn.

The Mail did more maths and compared her to “severely-wounded paratrooper Ben Parkinson was offered a paltry £152,000”. (How much he wanted is not said.)

And in the end she got just over £17k. So, the media firestorm was over nothing much…

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Tilern DeBique, 28, leaves an industrial tribunal in Holborn central London, after winning £17,016 compensation from the Ministry of Defence, this afternoon.

Posted: 16th, April 2010 | In: Reviews | Comments (3)