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Caught Married Boss Sexting

Sunday Confessional: I Caught My Boss Sexting

This week's confession comes from our anonymous Confession Booth group in the TrèsSugar Community. Weigh in with your advice below.

I was working beside my (married) supervisor during a particularly boring day, when I noticed he was texting for a very long time. Texting is banned at work, and though I shouldn't have, I had to see what was so important. I looked over to see his response, which went into graphic detail about what they would do after work and the images he wanted her to send him. The recipient's name was different from his wife's, and we still had 6 hours left on that shift.

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jazzytummy jazzytummy 6 years
Stay out of it.
juicebox07 juicebox07 6 years
What a scumbag! There is nothing I hate more than a cheater. It's so vile and disrespectful. However, since he's your boss, there's not much you can do but ignore it.
lickety-split lickety-split 6 years
It's probably his nick name for his wife. Good on him. And as for the no texting rule at work; seriously? Even my 6th grader knows to let that slide.
shreerose shreerose 6 years
That's dirty. But I agree, you should probably just let it go.
EvieJ EvieJ 6 years
I wouldn't say anything at all. First, you leaned over to read his texts, and so invaded his privacy. Second, what business is it of yours? Are you friends with him and his wife? Do you want him sticking his nose in your private life? As far as reporting it to a higher up, why? You yourself said it was a slow day. Were you working the whole time? Or maybe going online or doing something you're not really supposed to do at work? I just think in this case, the best thing to do is forget it.
Chloe-X Chloe-X 6 years
If you don't know your boss very well then what he's doing is his own business and you shouldn't really get involved but if you know him or his wife then i suggest you talk to him and advise him to stop.
pax4pax pax4pax 6 years
Your boss is your boss. Unless you feel his violation of company rules is so gross that it is worthy of report and that your report will be received and acted upon well, forget it. If he is your friend, you should gently approach him about his violation of relationship rules. You could save him and his wife (and his kids, if any or to be) a whole lot of trouble in the future if you can get him to realize the disrespect for his wife that this shows. It is said, "knowledge is power," but, sometimes, it's a burden as well.
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