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ROME - SEPTEMBER 20: (ITALY OUT) Professor Enrique Colom teaches a group of students during a lesson of moral theology at Pontifical University of the Holy Cross September 20, 2002, in Rome, Italy. Pontifical University of the Holy Cross realizes the desire of Blessed Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer (1902-1975) to set up a center for university studies in Rome which serves the whole Catholic church through work in the ecclesiastical sciences with the mission of evangelization of the Church throughout the whole world. Balaguer founded a Catholic group known as "Opus Dei" (meaning Work of God) October 2, 1928 in Madrid, Spain. Opus Dei has a membership of approximately 83,000 worldwide, mostly laymen. The mortal remains of Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer will be transferred from the prelatic Church of Our Lady of Peace in Rome, Italy to the Roman Basilica of St. Eugene for veneration by the faithful before the canonization ceremony October 6, 2002 in St. Peter's Square by Pope John Paul II. (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)

Being caught letting a booty call happen during lockdown has cost a professor his job.

Professor Neil Ferguson was the UK’s Anthony Fauci. Ferguson came up with the modeling that predicted a large amount of deaths without action by the UK government. Then Prime Minister Boris Johnson shut the place down.

Apparently, Ferguson’s sex drive was more important than his own coronavirus social distance advocating, because he let his girlfriend come over a couple of times. The stay-at-home guidance said that partners living apart should stay that way for the duration.

Because he got busted, Ferguson has quit his job. The kicker? He had tested positive for the virus two weeks earlier.

Source: BBC