Bosses might seem like they have it all: corner offices, higher paychecks, and "world's best boss" mugs. But with great power comes great responsibility. And one of the responsibilities of most bosses is dealing with employees who step out of line. And often that means firing them.
Someone asked bosses of Reddit: "what's the weirdest reason you had to fire an employee?"
1.) From miss_trixie:
our company had a corporate apartment we used mostly for out of town clients when they came in for meetings. i usually handled the maintenance of it: monitoring the cleaning service, setting up fresh flowers, fruit basket etc. for whenever it was going to be used. eventually i got promoted & assigned those duties to my new assistant. one day she called in sick, so when i found out a client was in town last minute i offered him the apartment for the night, and met him there to show him where everything was since he'd never stayed there before. imagine my (and his) surprise when i opened the front door to find my assistant and her boyfriend (?) engaging in a little friendly game of oral sex on the living room carpet.