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A Bronx-based administrative housing superintendent with the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) named Alex Tolozano was caught live on-air, naked in bed with a woman while on a work-related Zoom call as his stunned business colleagues watched, resulting in a 30-day suspension.
The bizarre 17-second blurry video, posted by one of the NYCHA staffers, shows Tolozano naked as everyone watches on and the meeting goes definitely off the rails.
“So he’s laying in the bed,” noted one staffer.
Then an unknown woman’s face appears in the video and another colleague yells, “Oh, my God!”
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(Video Credit: The City)
@NYCHA This who yall got running housing projects in The Bronx pic.twitter.com/KQK8mzsq8J
— Smoked Hamm (@HammSmoked) April 8, 2022
A few seconds later, Tolozano makes a star appearance during the video, reportedly naked. His work associates who had a front-row seat to the display started shouting, “Oh my God! No!”
There were a lot of people on the call. Approximately 50 staffers, which included upper-level managers and superintendents of developments who were invited to attend the Zoom meeting. The call took place shortly after noon on Wednesday, according to The City.
He should be FIRED ❗
— Erika Strahl 7 (@StrahlErika) April 9, 2022
Tolozano, 53, reportedly made $129,000 last year. He supervises the management of developments in the Bronx, according to the media outlet.
“During the meeting participants observed Alex Tolozano’s phone camera was on the screen for at least two minutes revealing that he was potentially engaged in inappropriate activity with another individual,” NYCHA officials stated on Friday.
Currently, the official’s only punishment consists of a 30-day suspension, but it is possible it could cost him his job. He has been working with the New York City Housing Authority since 1988.
“NYCHA took swift disciplinary action following this incident by immediately suspending the employee, initiating an investigation, and beginning the administrative process for dismissal,” declared spokeswoman Barbara Brancaccio, indicating that Tolozano could be fired over the close encounter.
Place tape over camera. Got it pic.twitter.com/Z3ydbsCuiq
— G. Dub (@geowest96) April 9, 2022
“Inappropriate activity, absconding from work, and time abuse are not tolerated at NYCHA and will be met with suitable consequences. Most importantly, NYCHA is working tirelessly to root out bad actors and create a culture of compliance, service, professionalism, and respect, and we will not allow this unacceptable behavior to deter us from our mission or discourage or demoralize our extraordinary workforce,” the spokeswoman righteously announced.
Making matters even worse, this reportedly isn’t the first time that Tolozano has been in trouble. He’s been brought up on disciplinary charges three times previously for work performance issues, according to The City. He’s been suspended temporarily twice. Once in 1995 and once in 2015. He was also reportedly reprimanded in 2014.
Soon to be hired by CNN
— jack mcgraw (@redmcgraw1) April 9, 2022
The Housing Authority has been slammed for years for various scandals. New York City’s biggest landlord is seemingly always strapped for cash as well. It oversees 400,000 tenants in 175,000 apartments across the five boroughs.
The agency has been under the oversight of a court-appointed monitor since January of 2019 after agreeing to pay $2.2 billion as a settlement in a federal probe. It admitted that it failed to remove lead paint and mold, provide enough heat, fix broken elevators and rid apartments of roaches, rats, and other vermin which are all things the Housing Authority should be doing routinely.
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