Which Aspect Of His Hooker Habit Was Citi Banker 'Ashamed' Of?

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So, the London police recently decided they've had it with brothels and have started to crack down on the pay-to-lay establishments. Perhaps you heard about their last raid-- codename "Operation Monaco"-- through the grapevine or because it was your colleague laying there with a ball gag in his mouth while a terrifying woman with a thick Eastern European accent shouted "Administer the testicle clamps!"? Sound familiar? It might if you're tight with the "35-year-old from Citibank in Canary Wharf" who had been "availing the services of two Polish hookers" when the cops walked in.

The search led to the uncovering of a range of sex toys: nipple clamps, handcuffs and patent leather stiletto boots as well as a wardrobe full of rubber uniforms - including nurse outfits. The banker begged cops to protect his family from his shame. He said: "There isn't going to be any correspondence from you going to my home is there? I don't want my wife and children to find out."

Naturally the question at this time is, what was he most embarrassed about? Like, if the authorities agreed to leave out some details, which would he most strenuously argue to keep on the DL and prefer not to have Vikram Pandit discuss at the annual shareholder meeting? Was it the rubber? The heels? The fact that they were Polish? Having people who he'd told otherwise find out he worked for Citi? Let's get into this.

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