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Sunday, 3 April 2011

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The US government has introduced controversial new measures meaning that members of college fraternities can take a month off work every year to meet up with their frat buddies.

Businesses in the States will be legally obliged to allow their male staff (from humble customer service adviser all the way up to head honcho) an annual 4 week absence on full pay to relive their adolescence.

Tomasina Willetts, Chairperson of the Federation of American Businesses, has major concerns about the move.

"How can a business operate effectively and with any degree of credibility if its chief executive gets arrested for streaking down a major thoroughfare with a stuffed turkey on his head ?", Willetts moaned.

"How is a senior manager supposed to settle down to the serious business of running a company in these challenging economic times after a month of binge drinking, midnight pranks and lighting farts ?"

Willetts is, however, looking to get similar rights bestowed upon female employees.

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