This could be the most expensive Halloween costume in history. A South Florida School administrator who oversees purchasing for a district could receive a demotion and a nearly $44-thousand pay cut because she showed up for work on Halloween dressed as a flasher.
Mary Coker currently makes $154,286 as the district’s director of procurement and warehousing services, a job she’s held since 2016. The Districts Superintendent plans to ask the School Board on Tuesday to demote her to manager of materials and logistics, a job where the most she could be paid is $110,702.
According to a district complaint, Mary showed up at an alternative school, and an administrative office wearing a costume consisting of “only a black coat and hat, with a tight fabric underneath which replicated a naked female body.”
- During a brunch at the office, Mary apparently flashed a bunch of kids, staff, and colleagues while telling everyone to “Relax, it is fake, please erase the pictures.” It seems that not everyone knew it was a costume and got pretty freaked out about it.
- The complaint includes a wide range of offenses, including indecent exposure, lewd and lascivious behavior, incompetence, willful neglect of duty, misconduct in office and failure to comply with School Board policy.
Source: New York Post