City Man Faces the Sack for Sex Email
Byline: ROB SINGH;MATHEUS SANCHEZ
A CITY worker is facing the sack after using his office computer to send a lurid email that spread around the world.
Robert Imlah has already been suspended by JP Morgan Cazenove after he sent his friends a string of explicit messages about a sexual encounter from his computer at the investment bank.
The 25-year-old corporate finance analyst boasts about sleeping with an unnamed woman and colleagues praise him for it, calling him "Immi the pimp daddy".
The emails have caused a major embarrassment for the company after being forwarded to thousands of people globally.
Mr Imlah has been suspended on paid leave while bosses decide his future.
He could be dismissed from his post, along with the colleagues who were involved in the exchange.
The candid conversation between Mr Imlah and his friends revolves around a sexual liaison with the woman.
He describes her as having "huge nails".
Mr Imlah then claims he is meeting another woman, known as Lauren, later that evening and boasts it would be unlikely that he would use any contraception.
The emails were forwarded as proof by outraged female recipients that "men are vile". One woman wrote on the email chain sent to offices around the world: "This is just so wrong …
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Publication information: Article title: City Man Faces the Sack for Sex Email. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Evening Standard (London, England). Publication date: January 20, 2006. Page number: 1. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2006 Gale Group.
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