Bulgarian Politician Loses Job Due to Farmville

By Drew Mills

March 26, 2010

It appears that even Bulgaria is struggling to cope with the massive popularity of Facebook and the games that come with it as a city councilman was let go due to playing Farmville while at work.

Dimitar Kerin, a member of the Plovdiv city council in the country’s capital, Sofia, had been warned three weeks ago that he was to cease playing the game while at work. Kerin didn’t listen, and earlier this week was ousted as a councilman after he lost a vote of confidence amongst his co-workers.

Now the main difference is, if this happened in America, it would result in people getting sued and press conferences clogging our TV stations with Kerin’s formal apology and his plan to return to golf, er, I mean the city council.


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Drew Mills

Currently going to school in Indiana so when Drew isn't studying, you can find him playing games. Though he is typically playing games from this current generation, he'll still bust out classic consoles for a night of nostalgic gaming. If he is not studying or gaming, he is usually out working on his photography. Thinks sleep is for the weak. Favorite Games: Metal Gear Solid, Mega Man 2, Goldeneye

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