"Dear Mr Coisman,
While we endorse any idea that promotes awareness of debilitating illnesses affecting the wider community, the mechanics of "Pimp Your Daughter at Work Day" as you called it, appears to have tipped the 'charity' to 'bad taste' ratio in the direction of the unfavourable.
Not only does your idea push the boundaries of decency, AND contravene our office's 'code of conduct' agreement, it actually encroaches on, and in the case of items 4, 12 and 47 of your proposal, blatantly breaks this country's laws pertaining to prostitution, exploitation of women, and the correct disposal of dairy and whey-based products.
Your suggested mascot for the event, "Uncle-Man", makes no sense upon the initial reading of the concept, and somehow becomes more offensive with each subsequent re-reading. Especially when it came to light that the image titled 'figure 11.2' was the ENTIRE costume.
In summary, the Brisbane City Council will not be adopting "Pimp Your Daughter at Work Day" in any capacity and contrary to one of your many suggested slogans, we do not "Play Fast and Loose" with the wellbeing of our staff, our office's policies, Australian law, and especially not our offspring.
To be frank, I would go further in saying that "TSB" or "Testicular Static Build-up" is not a disease recognised by the AMA, and while you claim to be a long-time sufferer, and further claim that a simple 5 minute rub is enough to ease the symptoms, this should be carried out by a trained professional and not your bosses' 19 year old daughter.
I trust you will understand if you receive no further reciprocation from this office in relation to this matter and any further ideas you may have in the future, just as I trust said understanding will extend to myself personally regarding your Facebook friend request.
Brisbane City Council