A married man who was having an affair with a colleague at the Marsh Ltd. insurance office in the Rabobank building in Christchurch, New Zealand, got more than he bargained for when having an evening quickie at the office. The couple inadvertantly put on a show for a the patrons of a bar across the street, and the photos that the voyeurs snapped quickly went viral as they were live-tweeted on Twitter and posted to Facebook, leading to full disclosure of the affair.
And that’s not all that was fully disclosed.
In fact, the couple was caught initiating, completing, and even celebrating the act afterwards with wine.
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Said one observer, Alex Wilton, alongside the pictures that he posted on Facebook, “Opposite the Carlton bar where the whole pub knew about it and was watching, while they were totally oblivious to it. And afterwards celebrating with wine.”
According to the NY Post, a spokesperson for Marsh Ltd. said it was “an internal” matter (we couldn’t make this up).
“Marsh is very disappointed by the conduct of two colleagues at our Christchurch premises,” the spokesman went on to say. “The inappropriate actions of those two individuals are not representative of the many professional colleagues we have at Marsh.”
“The band that was playing at the time stopped because everyone else was more interested in watching them. We all had a good laugh. It was the highlight of the night,” Wilton told New Zealand’s 3 News.
According to news reports, the couple carrying on the illicit affair thought that the tinted windows in the office building would protect their privacy.
Oh how wrong they were.
Sources say that this expose is how the man’s wife learned of the affair, and that she is not speaking to him, and he has been “crying non-stop.”
Meanwhile, Marsh has launched an internal investgation.
“We know who is involved,” said the Marsh spokesperson, “It’s obvious from the photos.”
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