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Obscene jokes about oral sex have prompted V/Line to stand down three senior train drivers after at least one of them made inappropriate remarks at driver education sessions.
V/Line stands down three drivers over obscene jokes. CREDIT:JUSTIN MCMANUS
The Age understands that a trainee made a formal complaint with V/Line after a series of jokes were made about oral sex and female genitals in recent weeks.
The case now being heard by the Fair Work Commission was sparked after a trainee driver complained that at least one of the senior drivers made the inappropriate comments at driver training sessions.
A V/Line spokesman said: “We are unable to comment as the matter remains under investigation.
This article first appeared on www.theage.com.au
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