An Ohio TV station fired several of its staff members because they reportedly played Cards Against Humanity over New Years’ weekend. WTOL-Channel 11 didn't go into details about the incident that saw seven let go, including three on-air personalities, but new job listings showed openings for two anchors, a meteorologist, a news producer and three content specialists, Toledo Blade reports.
According to Mashable, station vice president and general manager Brian Lorenzen released a general statement that doesn't answer many questions. “WTOL takes seriously its employment policies and our obligation to provide an environment in which all employees are treated with respect and dignity. As a result, WTOL had to take personnel actions this week related to several employees. Due to personnel matters being involved, we cannot comment further,” it read.
Among the reporters let go was Ali Bradley, who posted this image to Instagram:
A photo posted by Ali Bradley (@alibradleytv) on Jan 14, 2016 at 6:29pm PST