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A Sydney Trains guard sacked for sending a female colleague a photo of his penis via Snapchat out of work hours has lost a bid to get his job back.
Rodney Fussell was let go in August last year for sending fellow train guard Kendall Abbott the offending picture on the evening of February 25.
Ms Abbott was sitting on the couch watching television with her husband and two children when Mr Fussell, who had added her on picture app the previous day, sent her a message stating that he had been drinking.
He then said words to the effect, “When I am drunk I send naughty images.”
According to Ms Abbott, she replied, “Do not send me a picture of your d**k.”
Mr Fussell asked, “Why? Don’t girls like d**k picks because guys like to get cl*t picks.”
He then sent her an image of his erect penis with the message, “Was home alone … But before I wasn’t … Fwb”, which Ms Abbott understood to mean ‘friends with benefits’.
Ms Abbott wrote, “Don’t f**king do that again” and “What the f**k is wrong with you.”
Mr Fussell then sent a message saying, “S**t don’t look. I’m so sorry.”
Ms Abbott blocked Mr Fussell on social media and over the next few days messaged a number of friends at work telling them about the incident “to let them know what a f**king grub scum bag he is”.
Mr Fussell was ultimately sacked after superiors found out.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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