There was this story from a sport called baseball of a team leader who was considered “a central figure” of his team for his many talents and his “leadership”. In a game, this man of “integrity” has faked getting injured in an attempt to help his team win. None of this would be all too terrible, if it weren’t for two things:
Number one: He confessed that he faked it and didn’t even feel any remorse. Instead, he reasoned that he was told to do something to score and so he did. As simple as that.
Number two: Nobody made a big deal about it. Even their opponents that night admired what he did.
He got the point and the job done. That’s that. Who cares, if he did something foul or even unethical (if you can call cheating unethical at all these days).