That is: keep your business cards out of the reach of said enemies and/or anyone you suspect might have a skill for drawing freehand penises.

A Wyoming car dealership that fired an employee for allegedly drawing a penis on his business card and giving it to a female customer is asking a judge to reverse the Unemployment Insurance Commission’s decision to award him unemployment benefits. The commission ruled in October that there was no proof that former Teton Motors employee David Dell deliberately drew the penis and intentionally gave it to a female customer. Teton Motors is challenging the decision and claims that it is “adversely affected” by having to pay a portion of Dell’s unemployment benefits. According to Dell’s files from the Department of Workforce Services, this is what happened: “The same woman came to the dealership interested in buying a car and spoke with Dell. At the end of the meeting, Dell handed her his business card. The card had a drawing of a penis on the back, which Dell claims he did not realize at the time. He tried to follow up with the woman, but she hung up on him… Six months later, the female customer contacted Teton Motors interested in a car she’d seen online. The person assisting her tried to direct her to Dell, but she refused to work with him, citing the penis incident as her reason. Shortly after that, Teton Motors fired Dell.”

The case hinges on the issue of who drew the penis. Dell’s lawyer, Pamela Parkins, claims that another employee who was fired at the same time as her client drew the offensive picture. Parkins said that the employee was always “messing with” Dell’s business cards.

Penis drawing on business card could cost Wyoming man his unemployment benefits [UPI]

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  1. Posted by Everyone Gets 1 | January 2, 2014 at 3:44 PM

    Was this a Sigma Chi business card?

  2. Posted by 9 year old analyst | January 2, 2014 at 3:46 PM

    Maybe he was just trying to gauge her interest in joining the Pen15 club?

  3. Posted by Flo | January 2, 2014 at 3:50 PM

    Hey baby, check out my Grand Teton!

    – G. Smith

  4. Posted by Jazar | January 2, 2014 at 4:01 PM

    Typical biz card is 2in x 3.5in, is this man implying he has a chode that needs loving?