These days you can’t have any kind of joking around when at work. Just don’t do it so you don’t get in trouble for it. If you go into a secure room, you know in the eyes of the company/HR Dept/ other employees that this was a problem. Obviously you knew folks were going to find this offensive.
"My colleague (Granozio says the colleague wants to remain anonymous) started saying in Murphy's voice, 'It's P---y Day at Shea, and we're having a P---y Day Parade around the warning track, where I'll be the judge. You can parade around and show your p---y.' He started doing the riff and I laughed and encouraged him to do more. That's all I did, was laugh. We had no idea someone else was listening."You had no one else was listening. Always assume someone is listening. When I start a new job in the film business we have paper work we sign about the code of conduct we have to adhere to. I bet the Mets/MLB has stuff like this when they start working with the Mets.
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The Mets said in a statement to The News that the organization is "committed to maintaining a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment, and our actions with respect to the employees in question were consistent with that objective."