Apparently sending an email reply full of expletives to over 4,000 people is just as bad for six figure recruitment executives as it is for the rest of us. Gary Chaplin, the executive in question, lost his job after sending an email saying that the person who made the initial email was "too stupid to get a job" along with some expletives for extra flavor.
I'm not too fond of headhunters (or the whole recruitment profession in general to be honest) so a story like this actually warms my heart a bit. Of course, the person called out for being too stupid to get a job probably isn't having those same warm fuzzy feelings. And while I may not sympathize with headhunters, I must say I've had plenty of times where I wish I could just tell a potential employee (or even current employees) that they were too stupid to be working.
File that under headhunter seeking headhunters.