Two employees of Christchurch, New Zealand insurance company Marsh, Ltd., engaged in an affair and in the throes of passion, started having sex in their office last Friday night. They apparently thought the building's tinted windows prevented others from seeing inside their well-lit sexscape. They were wrong.
In fact, the couple was in full view of the packed pub across the street, Carlton Bar and Eatery.
"Everyone knew about it," Alex Wilton, who was at the bar and uploaded photos and videos of the tryst to Facebook, told 3news. "The band that was playing at the time stopped because everyone else was more interested in watching them, and they finished up and had some wine. We all had a good laugh. It was the highlight of the night."
According to the New Zealand Herald, the man is married with children and the woman is recently engaged. The man's wife apparently found out about the affair after photos from the late night office rendezvous started spreading online.
Marsh confirmed the affair, with chief executive Grant Milne saying in a statement, "Marsh is very disappointed by the conduct of two colleagues at our Christchurch premises." Neither were seen at work Tuesday.
It was apparently quite the display for pub patrons, who claim the show across the street went on for about an hour. The band playing the bar reportedly honored them afterward with a rendition of Kings of Leon's "Sex On Fire."