CONVERSATION SCHOOL CHAOS
Australian instructor, Sean Empiache, until yesterday a colleague of the American, claims that the incident happened during a 10 minute morning break.
"Mack went to the front of the school to get a coffee from the machine," Empiache told this reporter this morning. "He stood there for a few minutes, drinking his coffee, and then the Japanese manager came outside and told him that he had to come inside, because he was scaring away potential customers."
His first broken rule established, Mr Drewcreary re-entered the school, and returned to the teacher's room. Here he broke his second, by telling another instructor about what had happened. The fact that there was no evidence of any complaints, the fact that people who want to go to foreign countries and talk to foreigners wouldn't be intimidated by a foreigner anyway, and the fact that the converstaion was picked up on illegally installed hidden recording equipment, thus breaching untold privacy laws, didn't sway the company's regional boss, who fired Drewcreary via email.
The company were unavailable for comment.