Man, 19, who hates job sleeps with female boss, 46, and now he can’t quit

A man who was close to being fired from his job has revealed he's sleeping with his much older boss.

The anonymous fella, 19, claimed he was struggling to meet targets in his call centre job he started in September.

He had been planning to leave three weeks into the job but things took an unexpected turn when he had sex with his manager.

It all happened after a night at the pub which caused their intimate relationship to blossom and continue for the past four months.

Now despite telling his boss he wanted to leave, she begged him not to, saying he could stay and not do any work.

Sharing his dilemma on Reddit, he said: "I think she thinks if I quit then I'll stop seeing her, which in all reality I probably would."

Detailing his situation, he added: "So I started working for a cold calling company in September.

"Basically what I do is read a script and try and get people to agree to a loft inspection.

"But since I started I've been struggling to meet the minimum expected amount of 'yes's'.

"I knew I was on the edge of being sacked or honestly just leaving because of how completely embarrassingly s*** I am at it."

The man claimed his boss thought that if he quit, he would stop seeing her – which is what he had in mind anyway.

He continued: "She's acting like she would literally 'have' to, even though I don't know why she would 'have' to and I think she's lying."

Since he shared his problem on the open forum, a stream of responses reassured the fella.

One wrote: "Shine up your CV and look for another job. Don't worry too much about repercussion from her."

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Another added: "Don't let it go on too much longer.

"Also, she would get into FAR more trouble for helping you not to work, so she is bluffing."

Others told the man to report his boss to HR.

A Reddit user said: "This is sexual harassment. You are only 19. How would it look if your boss was a man and you were a woman."

The person continued: "She set it up so you can pretend to work. I doubt her bosses would like that.

"She could lose her job and worse. That's what she is afraid of. She won't tell, you should."

Meanwhile, a second commented: "I bet she wouldn't mention the fact that she set you up in the position to be fake working.

"Also you're leaving, not much they can do if she tells it would only backfire in her face."

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