An investigation has been launched by the Swiss parliament after it emerged a secretary has been posing for naked selfies in her office and posting them on Twitter.
The woman (identity withheld) has gained over 11,000 Twitter followers with her raunchy selfies.
Luck ran out on her when an eagle-observer recognised the background to some of her photos was the 162-year-old Federal Palace in Berne.
She has been suspended from work.
The building, designed by architect Hans Auer, hosts the two chambers of Swiss government.
The woman told Swiss newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung (NZZ) she did not believe she had broken any rules by taking her raunchy snaps in the office building.
The pictures, she said, did not violate guidelines for federal employees because they were part of her private life.
A spokesman for the government’s human resources department said he only learned about the case from local news reports.
“Parliamentary services will have to decide, based on the specific circumstances, whether this case breaches good faith obligations between employer and employee,” Anand Jagtap said.
Though she didn’t give a reason for taking the pictures and posting them online, when asked if she worried that her colleagues might see the pictures, she said: “The issue is on my mind constantly.”