THE AFL should get its nose out of the love life of its staff. By what right do bosses sack executives who’ve had sex with consenting colleagues?
Those women (not girls) knew exactly what they were doing when they entered into a relationship with a married man. They obviously didn’t care that the men were married or had kids. There was fault on both sides, both sides acted selfishly. It goes on far too often in all professions unfortunately, but I’ve never heard of anyone getting sacked for it. Embarrassed and humiliated when caught maybe, but that’s all.
AFL should start policing what happens on field, and stop entering bedrooms.