UK’s first real estate broker to be fired for selling the rights to ‘The Hunger Games’ property
The UK real estate industry has been rocked by a shocking case of censorship.
The UK’s largest real estate website, Calimania, has been ordered to shut down by the government, after an employee posted a video of herself on Facebook with the caption “The Hunger, The Hunger Games.
The Hunger, THE HUNGER, THE CHILD.”
The video, which has since been deleted, was posted on February 18, and was titled, “The real estate of The Hunger Game: The Hunger.”
In the video, a young woman is seen standing next to the cover of the book series, “Hands Off My Daughter,” while holding a gun in her hand.
In the video posted on Facebook, a woman wearing a blue sweater and black shorts, and wearing a dark jacket, can be seen sitting on a chair in front of the books cover, holding a firearm and saying, “This is my property.
Please do not harm it.
I know I am not supposed to, but I do.
This is my real estate.”
The woman then holds up a book and a poster for the upcoming book titled, The Children’s Crusade.
The woman then turns around, and in the background is a photograph of the children, holding guns.
The woman is then seen putting the book down, and then holding a handgun.
Calimania later posted a statement on Facebook apologizing to the woman for her behavior, saying the employee was fired on the basis of the video.
“Our team is devastated and disappointed that this video was posted and that this employee has been removed,” the statement read.
“The employee was not a member of our team and her conduct was not in keeping with the values of Calimana.
We are currently working to find the person responsible.”
The company also offered its own apology on Facebook.
“We sincerely apologize to anyone who has been affected by this video.
It is not condoned by our team, and we regret that this situation has happened.
We will be updating everyone with more details in due course,” the company said.
This article has been updated to clarify the video was filmed at Calimena.