While most workers may spend their lunch break eating a sandwich, browsing the internet or shopping, a new study by Tic Watches found that a large proportion of professionals utilise this mid-day break to do something far more questionable.
The study revealed that almost one in five (18%) of workers admitted to having sex with a colleague whilst on their lunch break – with Monday lunchtime being the most-utilised period of meeting for this.
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