A secretary working in Shanghai has been propelled to instant notoriety after posting photos of her illicit affair with her boss on Instagram.
Going by the Instagram handle 'mollybabybabyy' (her account has since been deleted), the secretary seemed unabashed about her affair.
"Secretary, helping my boss in the day, and he helps me at night," the leggy secretary wrote in her Instagram account description. "Give red packets and there will be benefits."
Various photos in her now-defunct Instagram account chronicled her life as a secretary.
"Working before I sleep with my boss. I am such a good secretary!" she said in a suggestive photo, dressed in stockings and working on a laptop in bed.
"The intern kept looking at my legs during the meeting," she wrote in another photo. "What are kids up to these days?"
Besides bypassing the great firewall of censors to use Instagram in China, the secretary has also managed to scale the corporate ladder getting bonuses and pay raise, web portal Shanghaiist reported, citing Oriental Sunday.
Documenting brazen behaviour on social media is getting too common.
On Jan 6, the Lima police department in Ohio, USA, posted a mugshot of a wanted man, Donald A. "Chip" Pugh on Facebook to alert the public about Pugh's active warrant.
Unsatisfied with the mugshot photo, Pugh replied to the Lima police's Facebook post with a selfie and wrote: "Here is a better photo that one is terrible."
With that better looking and updated selfie, Pugh made himself more recognisable to the public.
No surprises - he was later apprehended on Jan 12, "thanks to the power of social media & tips called into authorities," Lima police department wrote in an update on their Facebook page.
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