JFK Security Supervisor Pulls an Anthony Weiner

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 28:  A plane waits at John F. Kennedy Airport on February 28, 2013 in New York City. Should the $85 billion in automatic federal budget cuts, known as the sequester, go into effect Friday as scheduled, airport control towers in a number of states could close, putting pilots and staff members at risk. In addition to the closed control towers, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers could be furloughed, leading to long waits and confusion at many airport security checkpoints.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
A plane of French company Air France takes off Paris Roissy airport on January 15, 2012. Photo: Spencer Platt/2013 Getty Images

New Yorkers may be ready to forgive the disgraced congressman, but a JFK Airport security supervisor learned last month that accidentally e-mailing a photo of yourself sitting in a car “waist down, naked penis out, belly and all,” to supervisors and subordinates will still cost you your job. A spokesman for his former employer, the private contractor FJC Security, quipped “Who knows? Maybe he’ll run for mayor.” The name Gerard Robson doesn’t contain any obvious penis puns, so he has that going for him.