Not In The Job Description

April 5, 2008 / Posted by:

Jim Mydlach used to be the head of security for Siegfried and Roy back in the day. Naturally, he’s putting out a tell-all entitled “The Secret Life of Siegfried and Roy.” In the book, Jim recalls when Sahara, their beloved tiger, died of kidney failure. Roy demanded that Jim helped in cremating the cat.

Jim writes, “By this time, Sahra had gone into rigor mortis, so there was no hope of stuffing the huge animal into the tiny furnace. But Roy . . . didn’t want to hear it. He wanted the cat cremated and brought back to the house as soon as possible, and he insisted the ashes had to still be warm when he got them.”

The vet told Jim to “cut her up.” Jim did as he was told and said it was the “worst experience of his life.” He went on to write that Roy kept the ashes of all his deceased animals. “He had shelves of urns lined up in his bedroom, each containing the ashes of his dogs and big cats,” Jim writes.

HEEEEEEELLLL NO! I am all for being a dedicated employee, but damn! This is when you gently put down the tiger’s body and politely say, “I QUIT THIS BITCH!”

Source: Page Six

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