EPA's Secret Man Cave

After a long day of protecting the environment, it's good to have a secret man cave for a little R&R! Here's what happened when an Environmental Protection Agency inspector general visited a warehouse ran by a government contractor and discovered a secret room:

EPA’s inspector general found contractors used partitions, screens and piled up boxes to hide the rooms from security cameras in the 70,000 square-foot building located in Landover, Md. The warehouse -- used for inventory storage -- is owned by the General Services Administration and leased to the EPA for about $750,000 per year. [...]

“The warehouse contained multiple unauthorized and hidden personal spaces created by and for the workers that included televisions, refrigerators, radios, microwaves, chairs and couches,” the IG report said. “These spaces contained personal items, including photos, pin ups, calendars, clothing, books, magazines and videos.”

Link | The EPA report [PDF]- via LiveScience

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