Wii Games Included In Sex Toy, Lingerie Spending Spree

Go ahead, make Wii dick jokes.

Cynthia Low, 44, has resigned from her position as a financial assistant at the Oklahoma State University's chemistry department after using a university, tax-payer-funded credit card to purchase lingerie, sex toys and a Nintendo Wii. According to records, she spent tens of thousands of dollars on these items. An exact total has yet to be determined.

Since 2003, Low had been using her university credit card to buy office and lab supplies that totaled over US$10,000, reports NewsOK.com. While her salary was approximately $28,000 a year when she resigned, Low spent $806,000 on her university credit card.

According to NewsOK.com, most of her spending was legitimate until summer 2009 when she began making questionable purchases via Amazon.com. Those include spending $2,300 on sexy toys and lingeries, another $1,500 for 50 pieces of lingeries, $756 on over 30 panties and slips, $530 on "lip plumper" and make-up, $311 on fragrances and lotions from Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works, $148 on sapphire and costume jewelry and $284 on Nintendo Wii games and DVDS.

Records show that questionable purchases did appear prior to 2009.

In June 2008, Low and her husband filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2008, being $158,732 in debt with over $18,000 of that debt to credit card companies. NewsOK.com reports that many of these non-approved purchases began appearing on the university credit card just as she and her husband were coming out of bankruptcy.

University officials are now holding training sessions so that employees don't, you know, use their Oklahoma State University to buy unapproved items. How about have a training session so OSU can detect when chemistry lab employees are buying g-strings, dildos and Wii games?

Lingerie, sex toys bought by ex-Oklahoma State University employee [NewsOK.com via GoNintendo] [Pic]