Queensland male firefighters being investigated after ranking their female colleagues on who they thought would be best in bed
Queensland male firefighters being investigated after ranking their female colleagues on who they thought would be best in bed Chris Chan

Three firies rated how hot female colleagues would be in bed

THREE Queensland firefighters are under investigation after allegedly rating on social media which of their female colleagues would be "best in bed".

A number of women in the Queensland Fire and Emergency Service were allegedly rated in the "straw poll" on Facebook earlier this year.

External investigators have been appointed to look into the claims.

It is understood the investigation focuses on an alleged breach of the fire service code of conduct relating to sexual harassment, workplace bullying, harassment and intimidation.

A spokeswoman for Queensland Fire and Emergency Services said the organisation would not comment on the matter while the investigation was underway.

Read more at Brisbane Times



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