Lauer’s private office at storied 30 Rockefeller Plaza contained a secret button that could essentially turn that office into a secret sex lair. — Fox News
The “secret button” closed the office door and locked it, if the doorknob was in the locked position.
If closing the door and locking it turns an office into a “secret sex lair,” isn’t everyone’s office a secret sex lair?
I read elsewhere that Lauer’s behavior included “luring” female employees to his office. How is “luring” different from inviting? Did he drag around a nice pair of shoes on a fishhook?
One more: according to Variety, “despite being married, Lauer was fixated on women, especially their bodies and looks.”
Ask not for whom the bell tolls . . .