CHIBA (TR) – A 35-year-old female employee at a Inzai City office has been suspended from work for one month due to part-time employment last year at a sex parlor, reports the Sankei Shimbun (Jan. 23).
Over a 10-day period in October of last year, the woman, who works in the personnel affairs department, was employed for 10 days at a “delivery health” out-call service. She received approximately 50,000 yen in compensation.
Starting in April of last year, the woman began a one-year absence from work at the city due to health-related matters. During employment at the parlor, she received 80 percent of her salary from the city.
“I did it to cover living expenses,” the woman was quoted by the city.
On January 7, an anonymous tip was received at the city office about the woman’s moonlighting, according to Chiba Nippo (Jan. 23).
“By tightening discipline and managerial oversight on staff members, we will endeavor to do our best to restore the confidence of citizens,” said Inzai mayor Masanao Itakura.