The subject of sex has found its way to our blog pages.
First with the suggestion that Pita Driti was ousted because he was caught having a bit on the side and second with the revelation that the ousted Major Ana Rokomokoti and newly-appointed Land Force Commander Lieutenant Colonel, Mosese Tikoitoga, were caught shagging after their trip to Levuka early this year.
This blog and others have documented the self-indulgences of this regime, so the extra-maritals along with the shameless nepotism and cronyism is well-known to us.
Still, more revelations this week confirm the questionable calibre of the people hand picked and annointed by Frank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum to supposedly clean up the country and bring about Utopia.
Text messages from the mobile phone used by the Permanent Secretary of Information, Sharon Smith-Johns, have found their way into cyberspace and have been forwarded to Coupfourpointfive.
There have been rumours that she slept her way to the top, but if you think about it, she is not doing anything different from what most of those appointed by the regime are doing, metaphorically speaking of course.
But according to our information, the regime's mouthpiece tried to monster the guy she was dating and another woman when she found out he was two timing her.
Our source says the incident occured in June-July and that the story is "known to party-goers like myself and others who love going to the O'Reiley's bar in Suva."
The source named the bouncer as, Tevita Qaqanivalu, saying Smith-Johns got him a job as a bodyguard for her good friend Judge John Connors but that "unbeknown to Smith-Johns, he was also dating other girls."
"Tevita went to Australia for a holiday and this was when Smith-Johns found out about his other girlfriends and she dumped him. But she told him in a text that the military would give him a hiding when he returned to Suva for what he did to her.
"Poor Tevita, of course, went running back to Smith-Johns, because he knew, just like anyone else in Fiji, that if the soldiers get their hands on you, you're a dead man."
The source says Smith-Johns sent angry text messages to both Qaqanivalu and the woman he was seeing in Sydney.
Coupfourpointfive has seen those text messages and can verify they came from the same number (9905558) that is used by media in the region to talk to the regime's head of Ministry of Information.
We can also verify that the messages from that mobile number promise retribution by the military.
Smith-Johns and others are being paid prime Fiji dollars to supposedly do the good work and use the country's resources to bring about a better life for all Fiji people not to bring to heel straying lovers.
Fiji taxpayers should demand better from their money.