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What do you guys think, would now be a good time to scream, "Order in the court?" We sure think so! Seriously, How TF does an entire state of lawyers receive a picture of a naked woman and how on earth does the Utah State Board still have zero explanation for the flesh-filled faux pas? As, the HuffPost "Weird News" section explains, this past Monday, attorneys across the state of Utah received a very unexpected picture. That picture, as you've now gathered by the headline, was of a naked woman — specifically her breasts.
The email contained an innocent subject line reading, "2018 Spring Convention Walk-Ins Welcome! Learn How!” Additionally, an image was attached promoting the event from March 8-10. Below that promotional images was, well, some boobs.
Below you'll find a censored version of the email:
We're not entirely sure how ethical it is to laugh at this situation, but let's just say, we're finding it really hard not to. That said, our sincerest hope was that this was just a fluke and not some "revenge porn" situation. Our best guess? Some guy got canned and figured, "F*ck it, why not!?"
Utah State Bar Executive Director, John Baldwin explained to FOX 13 in Salt Lake City, "We are horrified, we are investigating to discover how this occurred. Our goal is to find out what happened and ensure it never happens again." The Utah State bar also went on to issue an apology on Twitter, which you can check out here.
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