The fallout from the Christchurch office tryst continues.
Newspapers all over the world have picked up on the story of the young woman having sex with an older man at the office.
Not because there's anything new in the story. Workplace affairs are reasonably common. But because prurient pubgoers in the building opposite took advantage of the fact the couple could be seen in stark clarity. They whipped out mobile phones and posted the intimate footage to social media sites and the story went viral.
They all thought it was a bit of a joke.
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But there's nothing funny about the man's wife discovering his infidelity by seeing him in action on Facebook. Nor do I imagine the man's three children are finding it particularly hilarious.
I know there are thin-lipped people who will tut-tut and say the man should have thought of his family before embarking on an affair. But surely his punishment outweighs the crime?
And the pubgoers are just as poorly behaved. Those who were filming had their noses pressed up against the window, slavering like dogs outside a butcher's shop.
If you were in a pub, surely you'd be more interested in finding someone to have your own sex with, not watching other people doing it?
When I was young and going to church, I was told to be a good girl because God was all-seeing and all-knowing. In these days of smart phones, God's a bit redundant because everyone seems to have taken it on themselves to be their brother's keeper.
• Kerre McIvor is on Newstalk ZB, Monday-Thursday, 8pm-midnight.