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Electrician sacked for playing ‘noisy’ porn in meeting claims it was the sound of a ‘GOOSE honking’

A council worker was sacked after he accidentally played a video of a woman having noisy sex on his phone during a meeting – then claimed it was the sound of a goose.

David West – an electrician for Redditch Borough Council, Worcester – was seen ‘frantically’ tapping on his mobile after opening a message containing footage of a woman having an orgasm. 

The staff briefing was interrupted by the loud sound of ‘three to four sexual moans’ coming from his phone, lasting up to 30 seconds. 

David West, an electrician for Redditch Borough Council, Worcester, was seen tapping his phone after opening a message containing footage of a woman having an orgasm during a council meeting in Redditch Town Hall (pictured)

David West, an electrician for Redditch Borough Council, Worcester, was seen tapping his phone after opening a message containing footage of a woman having an orgasm during a council meeting in Redditch Town Hall (pictured)

David West, an electrician for Redditch Borough Council, Worcester, was seen tapping his phone after opening a message containing footage of a woman having an orgasm during a council meeting in Redditch Town Hall (pictured)

An employment tribunal heard some staff broke into laughter as more than 100 colleagues were stunned by what they heard.    

But when Mr West was asked to explain himself, he created an ‘implausible story’ claiming the noises had been a video a friend sent him of a ‘goose honking’. 

The tribunal heard inappropriate noises burst across Redditch Town Hall at ‘full pelt’ when Mr West inadvertently opened the WhatsApp message.  

It did accept that the video was played accidentally, but that the noise was ‘fervently disputed’.   

Reports said: ‘The council’s position is that sounds were of a sexual nature and were the sounds of a female in the act of sexual intercourse having an orgasm. 

‘Mr West attempted to stop the sound by ‘frantically tapping the screen’ and he says in doing so, he deleted the message in its entirety from the phone.’  

Mr West was asked to explain himself and he created an 'implausible story' claiming the noises had been a video a friend sent him of a 'goose honking'

Mr West was asked to explain himself and he created an 'implausible story' claiming the noises had been a video a friend sent him of a 'goose honking'

Mr West was asked to explain himself and he created an ‘implausible story’ claiming the noises had been a video a friend sent him of a ‘goose honking’

Council bosses launched an investigation – but found that no members of staff said it sounded anything like a goose. 

Guy Revans, head of environmental and housing property services said Mr West ‘concocted a rather implausible story to try to avoid any consequence for what had happened’.

After Mr West was sacked for the incident in January 2019 he sued the council, claiming he had been a victim of unfair dismissal and breach of contract.

A tribunal held in Birmingham dismissed his claims and rejected his version of events.

It ruled that ‘on the balance of probabilities’ the sounds were of a sexual nature and not of a goose, and that Mr West was the only person who thought a bird had made the noise. 

Council bosses launched an investigation - but found that no members of staff said it sounded anything like a goose

Council bosses launched an investigation - but found that no members of staff said it sounded anything like a goose

Council bosses launched an investigation – but found that no members of staff said it sounded anything like a goose

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