Sex & Booze Caught On Film At Public Water Park

According to reports, surveillance footage at a Cook County Forest Preserve water park shows evidence of its employees allegedly “consuming alcoholic beverages”, “engaging in sexual relations”, and “sleeping for hours at a time”.

The hard partying behavior happened while the employees were on the clock, costing taxpayers a shocking $166,716.62 in “time card fraud and unjustified overtime” during the 2010 summer months alone, according to Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle.

Cook County Commissioner Peter N. Silvestri believes this instance serves as a good reason why community aquatic centers should not be funded by the public.

In reference to the nearly $200,000 spent in what records allegedly show as ‘overtime’, Silvestri says, “You can’t generate that kind of overtime in one summer.”

Preckwinkle, who was also not in office at the time of the reported party shenanigans, says, “The administration is reviewing cash handling and supervision at the pools…Employees directly involved in wrongdoing have been terminated.”