Some employees of the Vilnius district local authority have been caught watching pornography at work, the Delfi.lt news website reported on Monday.
Valdemar Tomaševski
© DELFI / Domantas Pipas

According to the website, the employees include Jezi Tomaševski, a cousin of Valdemar Tomaševski, leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania–Christian Families Alliance (LLRA-KŠS).

"The whole world is watching. Is there a ban on looking at a naked beautiful woman?" said Jezi Tomaševski.

"It wasn't priest or child pornography that we were watching," he added.

According to Delfi, an investigative commission was set up at the local authority in late March after it was found out that some employees had been using their office computers during office hours for purposes other than work.

More than ten employees had to make explanations about visiting sites with pornographic content, but official probes have been opened against two of them. The two may face a severe reprimand as a disciplinary sanction.

BNS
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