Why do people get addicted to masturbation, that it degenerates to this kind of public mess?
Author-cum-legal-analyst, Jeffrey Toobin has been fired by The New Yorker, where he had written for nearly 3 decades (that is nearly 30 years), over his error during a Zoom call.
Last month, Jeffrey Toobin, who also works with CNN, exposed himself on a Zoom call with New Yorker staffers as well as folks from WNYC radio.
He was masturbating during the official call and later said he thought he was muted and his camera was off. He called the incident “embarrassingly stupid.”
He has now been fired. An internal memo from Conde Nast chief Stan Duncan was sent to staffers this week, letting them know that as a result of their investigation, Toobin was no longer affiliated with the company.
As for why they fired him, the email, posted by The Daily Beast, said Conde Nast takes these types of situations seriously, and are committed to maintaining an environment that upholds their standards.
Earlier, Toobin was suspended by the New Yorker. CNN also suspended him for his error during the Zoom call.
For now, it is not known if CNN will fire him too.
Katie Drummond, who is the Senior Vice President, Global News at VICE Media, reacted to Toonbin’s sack by tweeting: “Fired for masturbating on a Zoom call…that’s rough.”
But the question still is, Why do people get addicted to masturbation, that it degenerates to this kind of mess? Any Answers?