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Monday, 20 May 2013

Too Pretty to work?

I read this story and I was like...what???? (-___-) what will I na say?what will I do then? *inserts background music* : I'm sexy and I know it.

From what I gathered from her story, Laura Fernee, who is 32, a PhD degree holder  , and single, said she had to stop working, because she was constantly hounded by men at her work place asking her out on dates, leaving romantic messages at her desk, and e.t.c, because of her good looks. While she was being spurned by the lady folks for the same reason.

she left because she was tired of dealing with those issues and the trauma of it . So now she does not work, and lives off her parent wealthy retired ­parents Catherine, 65, and Alan, 70,who spend about £4,500 monthly for her upkeep.

 Read what she has to say after the cut.

In an interview she had with Daily Mirror, she said

“I’m not lazy and I’m no bimbo.

"The truth is my good looks have caused massive problems for me when it comes to employment, so I’ve made the decision that employment just isn’t for me at the moment.

"It’s not my fault... I can’t help the way I look.
“Workplace bullying and harassment, all because of my appearance, left me with no choice but to quit my last job in medical research in 2011.

“I spent many years at university in London and Bristol studying for a degree, a post-graduate degree and a doctorate, so only began working in 2008, doing medical research.
“But male colleagues were only interested in me for how I looked. "I wanted them to recognise my achievements and my professionalism but all they saw was my face and body.
“I was constantly asked out on dates, or found romantic gifts and notes at my desk. I found it sleazy and uncomfortable.

"Even when I was in a laboratory in scrubs with no make-up they still came on to me because of my natural attractiveness."There was nothing I could do to stop it.”

Laura says her treatment by women was even more demoralizing.
She says: “They assumed because I was pretty, I was stupid, so didn’t take me seriously at first and because of their own insecurities were jealous of my looks.
"Then when they realised I was actually very good at my job, possibly better than them, they hated me even more.

“I was rarely invited to lunch with them or for after-work drinks.
"Once when I was, they told me to sit facing a different direction because men were staring at me, not them.”

Sister Laura, you have been noticed, you may now proceed to launching your international modeling career, if ever.


  1. Na wa o! Whch kain yeye beaury, she's dat bureeful, she shud b married at 32 *yawn*

  2. Na wa o, I was expecting to see a beauty queen. I am proceeding to quit my job o, if men no let this one rest, that means am an endangered specie because God create d me on Sunday o

  3. Hehehehehe I wish her all d best ooh

  4. Na so e hard to work!!! Bt sometyms men do nt help mata at all pls allow d pretty ladies to do dir work professionally and stp harrassin dem joor... Bt na cuse say her parents get money if nt she must work ooo..

  5. But the babe no fine naw? Guess she has another reason why she dosent want to wrk.

  6. Cynthia Nwanua21 May 2013 at 07:44

    Its becos her parents are wealthy dats why she stopped work,nothing more,being beautiful is not an excuse.

  7. wintchin wintchin...wetin she dey feel like,babe no go work dey there dey deceive yourself.

  8. she should go for psycho analysis.