Male tutors who took an inflatable doll and sex toys on a weekend fishing trip are disciplined after the video of the drunken event was leaked
- Wintec business tutors have faced disciplinary action for misconduct
- According to reports, they brought a doll and sex toys on an annual weekend trip to the Thames
- Wintec started an investigation after a travel video was shown to management
- After a new investigation was announced about the accusations against the chief executive
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
A group of tutors in a tertiary institution have faced disciplinary measures for misconduct after a video of a weekend fishing trip was leaked.
Wintec trade personnel reportedly took a doll and sex toys on their annual trip to the Thames, on the southwestern tip of the Coromandel Peninsula, on the northern island of New Zealand.
The Hamilton-based institution immediately began an investigation into the incident after a video of the trip was reportedly shown to management.
Wintec tutors (pictured) have faced disciplinary action for misconduct after a video of a weekend trip was leaked
The internal investigation has since concluded and remains confidential, The New Zealand Herald reported.
"Wintec took this matter very seriously and acted quickly and solidly, conducting an immediate investigation of the incident," said Wintec interim executive director David Christiansen.
"Wintec is extremely disappointed by this incident and has no tolerance for behavior that demonstrates serious misconduct."
An unnamed source said the mall staff was told that "there was a fishing trip, something went wrong, it was confidential and they were not allowed to know what it was about."
The latest revelations could not come at a worse time for Wintec after it was revealed that a new investigation has been launched into serious accusations against CEO Mark Flowers.
The reinvestigation of claims first made in 2015 will be carried out together with a separate investigation by the Auditor General on the expenses of Flowers and its executive teams that date from 2013.
Currently, on extended sick leave, Flowers is expected to return in mid-October, Stuff said.
Led by Auckland lawyer Simon Mount, QC, it is estimated that the independent investigation will cost $ 100,000 and is expected to be completed by the end of November.
Wintec declined to discuss further details about the misconduct of business tutors or the complaints and allegations related to Mr. Flowers, according to the New Zealand Herald.
It is understood that the misconduct of Wintec's commercial tutors occurred on a weekend fishing trip to the Thames (pictured)