In a startling revelation, it seems that adultery affects more than just the people involved.
Pinellas County sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Fowler said he has seen so many cases of deputy-involved cases of adultery leading to 911 calls that he has decided to suspend deputies over the action.
Fowler said the suspension can be given to any deputy, regardless of whether they are married or single.
"It goes beyond just your individual relationship with someone else. It affects other people in the workplace, people's ability to do their job, and I think that is relevant," Fowler said.
I'm sure former President Clinton will be astonished.