Imagine that you are on security in a nearly empty newspaper office on the midnight shift. Your supervisor knows you hate it as it resembles a ghost town especially between the hours of three and six. This is when sleep deprivation really kicks in and all you want to do is go home and crash. Instead your in some god forsaken part of the plant taking meter readings and poking around in offices that should be empty. You hear a noise coming from the executive suite. You know full well the room should be empty even of cleaning staff. Approaching the big office you hear moaning and groaning. Could some one be hurt. Could some one have snuck into the big bosses stash of malt whiskey that you know is in there? Knowing that you're failure to investigate will cost you your job should anything go awry. Gangling your keys loudly so to alert anyone you unlock the door to the outer office. You check closets and under desks too make sure all is clear, and find nothing out of place. You hear sounds from the big mans office. You know what it sounds like, but are afraid to look. You have to go in regardless as whoever is doing whatever in the presidents office broke and entered and could get fired. You have to do due dilligence and cover your assets.
Open the door and there you find two newspaper staff having a "coffee break on the bosses desk."
You clear your throat to get their attention. They look up with that all too familiar deer in the headlights expression on each of their faces. Suddenly they realize the are done for. They try to bribe you to keep quiet. You get on the walkie talkie to alert the security desk of the incident. The female of the pair goes into onsuite to redress while the guy is pulling on his clothes. You have already seen what he has to offer and it doesn't phase you. you are too busy trying to figure out how to word the report. You ask their names and they give them reluctantly. The police are called as it is considered break and entry. You want to laugh as its the most interesting thing you have seen at work in a very long time.