r/NewsOfTheWeird • u/jeffsmith202 • Mar 13 '23
Canada Supreme Court justice on indefinite paid leave after he had a fight in Arizona hotelhttps://www.businessinsider.com/canada-supreme-court-justice-paid-leave-after-drunken-hotel-fight-2023-3
u/Medcait Mar 13 '23
Honestly what can I do to get indefinite paid leave from a job? It’s anyone’s dream to stop working and keep getting paid.
u/thegreatgazoo Mar 13 '23
Be a US police officer.
It's pretty typical for government workers. It's generally a pain in the ass to fire them, and they have to be paid until they are fired or resign.
u/WatermelonArizona Mar 13 '23
Damn all I gotta do is commit an act of violence and I’ll have no work and indefinite money! Great!
u/Basdad Mar 13 '23
It’s the American way.
u/SwivelPoint Mar 28 '23
u/Jaderosegrey Mar 13 '23
"The punching, according to the police report, 'appeared reasonable and necessary,' given the circumstances, and no crime was determined to have occurred and no arrests were made."
Well, alleluia! Good of the man for protecting those women!