Los Gatos , CA — Wild Dingo Communications' CEO, Margaret J. Starling, today elevated an age-old heated relationship with Monsieur P. Le Pew to new heights today by charging after him as he wandered by the Wild Dingo premises. Le Pew denied any instigation on his part and simply defended himself with a “drive-by” spraying. He then hurried off leaving his scent behind as evidence.
“I don't want his kind around this office,” says Starling, foaming at the mouth and reeking from Le Pew's attack. “This is Wild Dingo territory and under no circumstances should Le Pew be allowed within 50 feet. I will work 24/7 to keep his kind off the premises.”
Meanwhile, Wild Dingo employees are not exactly enthusiastic about their CEO's latest actions and strife is brewing among them. Customer service representative Musashi Starling has been lobbying for access to the internal offices and a low level account executive has barred entry to any employee involved in the incident, regardless of management position.
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