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What is so wrong about a bodyguard carrying his employer's handbag?

  1. boinabee profile image61
    boinabeeposted 6 months ago

    What is so wrong about a bodyguard carrying his employer's handbag?

    what is your take?

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/13663423_f260.jpg

  2. Jimmy K Junior profile image61
    Jimmy K Juniorposted 6 months ago

    I think that is over doing.he looks gay though in a suit and the madam looks a lot like a man.

  3. DougClifton profile image83
    DougCliftonposted 6 months ago

    Wrong? Nothing, but it's hilarious on many levels.

  4. savvydating profile image96
    savvydatingposted 6 months ago

    It's wrong in this instance because the woman is perfectly capable of carrying her own purse. The only time a woman should ask a man to carry her purse is when she needs to have her hands free for the short term to inspect an item, as in the fabric of curtains, in a store. Otherwise, she should carry it herself. It's her purse.
    The woman in the picture is telling a man to do something which is humiliating. I'd quit that job if I were him.

  5. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 6 months ago

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    It's not about "right" or "wrong" but rather "agree" or "disagree".
    If a bodyguard is told it's part of the job he can accept or decline the job. Body guards and "personal assistants" oftentimes get stuck doing (flunky work). They do it because it pay$ well.

  6. Kingsley Iyoke profile image96
    Kingsley Iyokeposted 6 months ago

    It's sometimes part of the job description offered to the bodyguard. So he either accepts or decline. Though it seems odd, but it's just what he must have agreed on before taking the job. It's not wrong but it's odd

 
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