Oh crumbs! ‘Cookie Monster’ gets the sack

This was just too good not to stick up here.

News.com.au reports that:

The former head of the Brotherhood of St Laurence in Australia has been sacked as chief executive of a Canadian health service after refusing to stop eating a cookie rather than talk to the media.

Read a little further into the story and you see that:

 …the cookie video was “one of the elements” that lead to the decision.

Yeah. I bet!

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