Two employees at a New Zealand insurance company have been exposed as adulterers after pictures of them having sex emerged online.
The man, who works at Marsh Ltd, is a married father while the woman, reported to be in her 20s, had just gotten engaged.
They went to their office, located in the town of Christchurch, last Friday night to engage in a lengthy romantic session.
What they failed to take into account, however, was not only the transparent windows but also the bar right across the street.
They even left most of the lights on.
News.com.au reports the two believed the tinted windows would prevent anyone from seeing them.
But scores of patrons at the Carlton Bar and Eatery watched the entire encounter and then posted pictures of the couple on social media, which quickly went viral.
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One witness said the two went at it for "a good half hour," according to Daily Mail, attracting so much interest the bar band stopped playing to see what the fuss was about.
But they would soon ignite laughter by playing King of Leon's "Sex on Fire" when everyone grew bored of the lovers and went back to the dance floor.
The man's wife eventually discovered her husband's infidelity on Facebook.
A source said she is currently not speaking to him and has been crying "non-stop."
The future of the woman's engagement isn't clear, but she has since deleted her Facebook page.
Neither employee showed up to work on Tuesday.
Marsh Ltd said in a statement on Monday that the company is investigating the employees' actions.
A spokesman said,
Marsh is very disappointed by the conduct of two colleagues at our Christchurch premises. The inappropriate actions of those two individuals are not representative of the many professional colleagues we have at Marsh.
The insurance firm said earlier today that it has not decided what sort of discipline the man and woman will face.
Citations: Couple pictured in office romp dont show up for work after they were sprung by pub patrons across the road (Daily Mail), Christchurch office sex caught on camera from busy bar across the road (News.com.au)