E-business gone sour for IT professional
E's are bad, e's are bad...
The Register is shocked to hear that a £60,000-a-year regional manager for an "unnamed" American computer company has been busted for dealing his own version of e-business. Gareth McGee, from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, narrowly escaped a jail sentence after he bought ten ecstasy tabs with intent to supply them to his wife and friends as part of his birthday treat. Take our advice, stick to jelly and ice cream next time, all right Gareth.®
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