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Nothing like the feel of a silk chemise and thong against your skin while tracking kingpins in the jungle

Via Rob at To the People comes this nice little piece in the Washington Post.

Federal employees used government credit cards to pay for lingerie, gambling, iPods, Internet dating services, and a $13,000 steak-and-liquor dinner, according to a new audit from the Government Accountability Office, which found widespread abuses in a purchasing program meant to improve bureaucratic efficiency.[…]
In another case at the State Department, cardholder spent $360 at the Seduccion Boutique in Ecuador to buy “women’s underwear/lingerie for use during jungle training by trainees of a drug enforcement program.” The report does not include further details, but it says a State Department official “agreed that the charge was questionable.”

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