JFK security guard emails ‘naked penis’ photo, gets canned: report

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Inappropriate—and inopportune—misfires of genital photos are not just for mayoral candidates, apparently: a JFK Airport security supervisor was fired this week for pulling an Anthony Weiner and accidentally emailing a photo of his “naked penis,” a source told the New York Post.

The unfortunate sender, Gerard Robson, was reportedly attempting to send an email regarding a car accident that took place in the airport parking lot and involved a security guard’s car.

Robson, a project manager with private contractor FJC Security, reportedly intended to send photos of the banged-up car to Port Authority executives and supervisors. It also went out to nearly two dozen subordinates.

The email, reportedly sent from his company-issued Blackberry, instead contained a photo of him in a car “waist down, naked penis out, belly and all,” the Post’s source said.

He reportedly realized his error almost immediately and ran around trying to delete the evidence from the cell phones and computers of his subordinates.

He also emailed an apology explaining the incident, but the Post said it came too late: Robson’s security credentials were immediately revoked and he was banned from the airport and suspended from his job prior to being officially fired.

An FJC spokesman reportedly quipped: “Who knows? Maybe he’ll run for mayor.”

 

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