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Swiss Government Not Neutral When It Comes to Naked Selfies

Swiss Government Not Neutral When It Comes to Naked Selfies: Blick

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If you’ve ever seen the British Parliament in action, then you know government functions in Europe are far more exciting that here in the United States. But the Swiss are taking it to a whole new level after a government worker was found posting naked selfies online.

The woman, who the Swiss press has simply referred to as A., worked as a secretary until she was suspended after her nude pics became a national sensation. Her Twitter account where she posted her scandalous pics, including some taken inside the Federal House (the Swiss equivalent of the Capitol), garnered over 11,000 followers until she deleted it this week. Considering Switzerland refuses to take sides in any international conflicts, this is without a doubt the most interesting thing its government’s ever been involved with.

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A. claims she’s done nothing wrong saying the posts were “part of her private life,” but the Swiss government tells employees to only publicize pictures “that you would at any time show your colleagues, employees or superiors.” When a newspaper asked her if she was worried about her co-workers finding her pictures, she said, “The issue is on my mind almost constantly,” which seems like a good reason to NOT post naked selfies on the Internet.

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Blick

While her original Twitter account was deleted, someone under the name “Adeline Lafouine” has been re-posting the pics online for you to enjoy.

And people think the Swiss are only good for their cheese.


Joseph Misulonas is an editorial assistant for Playboy.com. He can be found on Twitter at @jmisulonas.

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