[Ed. – His mistake was attempting this as a college instructor. Anyone can tell you if you want to milk a job to this extent, you have to get elected to Congress.]
A faculty member at Cape Breton University has been terminated for demanding sex, moose meat and lobster from a student who was struggling in his course in exchange for better grades.
In an emailed response, university spokeswoman Lenore Parsley didn’t answer questions about the firing, the nature of the offence, details about the employee’s position and whether there had been other complaints about the employee.
“Cape Breton University is committed to a safe and respectful campus for all of our community members,” Parsley said. “Any and all complaints follow a formal process, as indicated in our respectful campus policy.
“We won’t be commenting further.”
But the student who reported the instructor says the university told her two weeks ago that he was being fired, with the right to appeal.
She said she hadn’t been notified of any appeal as of Thursday.
The woman, who doesn’t want to be identified, said she went to university officials Feb. 7 after the employee suggested that they could be “friends with benefits” during an extra-help session he offered to the woman and another female student.