Robert Jones, 40, admitted to a spanking session with a junior employee on a colleague’s desk at the London law firm, Lexlaw
A barrister who was sacked after a kinky tryst at work has accused his bosses of unfair dismissal.
Robert Jones, 40, admitted to having a spanking session with a junior employee on a colleague’s desk at the London law firm, Lexlaw.
But the Cambridge graduate said he was sacked unfairly after bosses found out about the fling.
While the pair only had one such rendezvous at work, Mr Jones and his ‘very junior’ partner would share explicit ‘sex contracts’ and ‘safe words’ over emails.
When the company found the exchanges he was dismissed for ‘inappropriate workplace activities’. Now Mr Jones is taking legal action against his former employer alleging constructive dismissal. He will also accuse them of breaching data protection laws by accessing his personal communications.
The lawyer has been open about the intricacies of his sexual activities as he takes his former employers to court.
The barrister said he had only been suspended after he upset Lexlaw’s managing director by rejecting a request to reconsider his own decision to resign.
Mr Jones told the legal blog RollOnFriday that the ‘consensual’ spanking session, which did not involve sexual intercour