Sext and the City

FBI to Employees: Please Stop Using Your Official BlackBerry to Send Dick Pics

BlackBerries are for Brick Breaker, come on.
(Photo: ZCache)

(Photo: ZCache)

It turns out that even top secret agents aren’t immune to the sexting craze. CNN reports that according to confidential disciplinary reports it obtained, the FBI is fighting a “rash of sexting” among its employees, many of whom used their work cell phones to transmit noodz.

The reports revealed that several employees sent naked pictures and sexually explicit messages during work; one was involved in a domestic dispute at his mistress’ apartment; and one paid for a happy ending at the massage parlor. Suddenly House of Cards is beginning to seem pretty darn realistic.

“You can’t do this stuff,” Candice Will, the FBI’s assistant director, told CNN. “When you are given an FBI BlackBerry, it’s for official use. It’s not to text the woman in another office who you found attractive or to send a picture of yourself in a state of undress. That is not why we provide you an FBI BlackBerry.”

Frankly, we’re more concerned that employees at the Federal Bureau of Investigation are that careless when it comes to keeping secrets. Isn’t your job to like, be a super stealthy double agent and investigate stuff without people knowing? And you can’t figure out how to download Snapchat? SMH.

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