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Friday, February 17, 2006

84 year old pig

Oggling permitted

Comptroller unapologetic after ogling aide
'Girl' ought to be 'happy that I observed her going out'

Thursday, February 16, 2006; Posted: 6:24 p.m. EST (23:24 GMT)

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland (AP) -- William Donald Schaefer, a former governor who is now state comptroller, ogled a young woman at a Statehouse meeting. And he made no apologies about it.

"She's a pretty little girl," the 84-year-old Democrat told reporters. "The day I don't look at pretty women is the day I die."

Schaefer stared intently at the woman as she walked toward the governor's office after she brought him a beverage Wednesday during a Board of Public Works meeting. Then he summoned her back, as people waiting to testify watched and waited.

The aide, looking puzzled, returned to the table, and Schaefer told her, "Walk again," and watched her as she made the second trip to the exit.

He then went into the governor's private office and returned to say the woman was embarrassed by the incident.

When reporters later asked him about the incident, he called their interest "dumb." He said "this little girl" ought to be "happy that I observed her going out the door."

"The one who is offended is me," he told the reporters.


Yeah, it's no big deal having grandpa look at your tits in a room full of laughing men.

I mean, the worst part was the lockerroom giggle which followed his remarks. No one suggested that his actions were completely out of line.

posted by Steve @ 9:06:00 AM

9:06:00 AM

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