A report from the Washington Times indicates that federal workers across various federal agencies don’t have enough to do, and are surfing online pornography at work.

An examination of documents the Times obtained through the Freedom of Information Act said one Federal Communications Commission worker told officials that he was bored and watched porn for up to eight hours a week.

Idle hands — and computers — are the devil’s handiwork for some government officials. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

In another case, a Treasury official went on a porn binge after having little else to do.

“He stated he is aware it is against government rules and regulations, but he often does not have enough work to do and has free time,” investigators wrote in documents the Times obtained.

Those documents also detailed the case of a General Services Administration employee who watched porn for two hours a day at work, out of boredom.

In May, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General testified to Congress that a career EPA official stored thousands of dirty pictures on his computer, and often spent most of his time watching porn at work.

“Subsequently, the employee confessed to spending, on average, between two and six hours per day viewing pornography while at work,” the OIG official said.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) complained at that hearing that no apparent steps were being taken to fire that official.