Thursday, November 23, 2017

BRIDGEPORT CITY OFFICIALS CANCEL THANKSGIVING BALL OVER NON ACCUSASIONS

ENDING YEARS OF TRADITION, THE ANNUAL BRIDGEPORT THANKSGIVING DANCE IS BEING CANCELED TONIGHT, AFTER CITY CLERK FILES A CLAIM THAT SHE WAS THE ONLY CITY OFFICIAL NOT SEXUALLY HARASSED AT LAST YEAR'S PARTY......

BRIDGEPORT, MN.

In an odd twist of the current "Me Too" coming out movement against sexual harassment, city clerk, Beth Ann Bazoos filed an anti-fairness claim, in which she says she was the only female clerk at last year's Thanksgiving ball that wasn't sexually harassed.  OFF THE WALL news was able to interview Bazoos and got the following story.
Ms. Bazoos chose to have herself disguised in this photo






"After last year's dance, my co-workers, Sally B. and Erma D. both told me they had been stared at, bumped into, and held on to for too long during the hugging contest. All this time not one move was made toward me and I was offended, especially after what I had gone through, proving my body was real. It wasn't until the Me Too movement that I decided to come forward.  Now believe me, I don't want anyone to be sexually harassed, including myself, but this is about fairness.  I deserve to be noticed."

Last year Ms. Bazoos, a former pole dancer, went through a series of medical testing to prove that her body was 100% real. Soon after, she received a Proof of Realness plaque by the former Mayor,  Ben Dover.  She was hired by the city not long after that and put in charge of the city pumping station. 



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