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Explicit Photo Sharing Scandal At Queensland Apple Store

Four male employees from the Carindale Apple store in Queensland have been sacked for taking and stealing explicit photos of staff and customers, The Courier-Mail reports.

The employees are alleged to have taken explicit photos of their female colleagues without permission, and stolen personal photos from Apple store customers. These photos were then shared online with other Apple store employees, who apparently ranked the photos out of 10.

Apple released a statement stating it was investigating the matter. “Apple believe in treating everyone equally and with respect and we do not tolerate behaviour that goes against our values,” the statement read.

The Courier-Mail reported that Apple flew a HR executive in from overseas to help manage the scandal.

“We are investigating a violation of Apple’s business conduct policy at our store in Carindale, where several employees have already been terminated as a result of our findings,” Apple said.

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