An employee for city government in Japan was just disciplined as a result of his pornography addiction. What exactly was his transgression? He accessed porn sites 780,000 times in 9 months. That's an average of almost 3,000 a day.
July was actually his worst month — he visited the sites 177,000 times, which averages out to 20 clicks per minute. So, was he fired? いいえ! Instead, he was demoted and will make about $200 less a month. And hopefully the employer put a filter on his computer.
The porn-happy bureaucrat wasn't caught until his computer caught a virus. Um, why didn't his supervisor notice he wasn't getting any work done?!
Are you surprised he wasn't fired? Do you think he was actually clicking on 20 porn sites per minute, or was his computer taken over by a virus a while back that could have had something to do with it? Even so, how could this go on so long without anyone noticing? Does this shed light on inefficiency of bureaucracy, or is it just an example of one bad/horny apple?