Proving that there is someone out there for everyone, and two people out there for some of us, Oracle's big cheese Charles E Phillips Jr has been the victim of a number of rather unfortunate billboard advertisements.
In the billboard ads, which began springing up in the US earlier this week, the president of the firm is seen in an embrace with a lady who is not his wife. Which is a bit odd.
Early on in the campaign people thought that Charles might have been one of the most insensitive people of all time, and was using the huge ads to gloat about the new love in his life. Apparently this is not the case. He is just not very faithful.
According to Phillips, who is currently divorcing his wife, the pictures show him with his former mistress, who he dated for some eight and a half years. They also contain a link to a web page with hundreds of other photos of the pair on. Which must be nice, for anyone who likes to look at that sort of thing, and isn't currently married to the charmer.
"I had an 8½ year serious relationship with YaVaughnie Wilkins," Phillips said in a statement released on Thursday. "My divorce proceedings began in 2008. The relationship with Ms Wilkins has since ended and we both wish each other well."
We can't help but wonder who is behind the ads. Perhaps it is Calvin Klein advertising a new scent?
Adultery has a nice ring about it.
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