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Worker contests 'fart bullying' court ruling

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Still Waters

A worker in Australia who claims his ex-supervisor repeatedly broke wind at him has appealed against a court ruling that found he was not bullied.

David Hingst said his former colleague Greg Short would "lift his bum and fart" on him up to six times a day.

He sued his former company for A$1.8m (£0.97m; $1.28m) last year, but the Supreme Court of Victoria found there was no bullying.

Mr Hingst, 56, said the flatulence had caused him "severe stress".

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-47702527

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Piney
18 minutes ago, Still Waters said:

Mr Hingst, 56, said the flatulence had caused him "severe stress".

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freetoroam

Mr Hingt lost his A$1.8m  case. That must have been a bit of a blow.

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OverSword

He really should have won that case.  I used to fart on my brother when we were kids and there is no doubt I was bullying him when I did it.  I used to laugh and he used to cry :lol:

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Impedancer
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I laughed so hard i peed a little when i read this. :-D. I know a guy who got reported for farting in another guys back swing while playing golf.  :-D 

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