Skip to comments.Karl Woodgett offered bogus degrees in return for spanking sessions
Posted on 02/03/2010 3:59:49 PM PST by x
A university registrar offered bogus degrees in return for spanking sessions in a hotel, a court was told yesterday.
Karl Woodgett, 37, former registrar at the University of Surrey and the University of Bath, already had a lucrative sideline selling degrees to African women when he came up with a way of satisfying his sexual desires at the same time.
He told the women that his name was Dave and that he could offer them a degree in return for their help with a pain management study. The spanking sessions with two women from Cameroon were videotaped.
(Excerpt) Read more at timesonline.co.uk ...
Different kind of warming maybe!
Anybody ever catch any sort of STDs or get pregnant from being spanked?
As immigrants, one would expect them to start at the bottom.
parsy, the snarky
So, why did he leave his job as registrar? Didn’t find his work as personally gratifying as it used to be, or did he get hired by the government education ministry?
The perks of an academic career revealed!
Note to self: take that degree off your resume. Madame Natasha wasn’t really the Dean of the College of Agriculture after all...
More money? More bottoms? Bigger canes?
They used to call sexual spanking "the English vice" and said it had to do with caning at the old British boarding schools, but this guy grew up after all that.
When I say the article, I assumed he liked to get spanked. It turns out he likes to spank black bottoms, so he'll probably be hearing from anti-racism authorities as well as the police.
He told the women that his name was Dave and that he could offer them a degree in return for their help with a "pain management study".Sounds like he'd be a perfect fit either in the Obama administration, or the group of academic frauds pushing the global warming demagoguery. Thanks x.
I’ve spent the last 10 years getting spanked.
If a guy's name is "Woodgett," I guess he'd pretty much have to look like this....
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