According to this article in the Toronto Star, an Australian government employee is asking for workers compensation after she suffered injuries as a result of a sexual encounter in a motel during a business trip.
Here is where things get really weird:
The woman claims she suffered a psychiatric injury, as well as injuries to her mouth and nose, when a glass light fitting in her room smashed down onto her head while she was having sex with an "acquaintance."
[Her lawyer] said the woman was required to spend the night in the motel, which was chosen by her department. He further argued that the woman's employer should have explicitly informed her that having sex while on a business trip was not appropriate.
Light fixtures fell on her head? What where they doing? How? What, were they hanging off the lamp yelling "me Tarzan, you Jane" and something snapped? Oh, I don't really want to know.
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