I remember at the last place I worked, I forwarded an email thread to half the office with my piss-poor attempts at flirting with a colleague from a different department. People quoted it to me for about three months.
Since then I've always tried to be as professional as possible in work. Unlike Kristina, here, a 26-year-old police officer from Russia. She made a video of herself performing an erotic dance and decided to share it with her colleagues.
Unsurprisingly, Kristina was sacked from the Moscow Metro police force after managers saw the footage.
The clip starts with the busty cop saying: "Hi colleagues, I have decided to create a trade union, now watch me dancing." I can understand now why my dad always went along to those trade union meetings.
Viewers have said that she may be drunk when she made the clip, but Katrina denies this and says she's undergone a blood test to prove it.
She got angry online after it was revealed she got fired. She said online: "I was fired because of a violation of discipline. I posted the video in a private community on Facebook, all community members were police officers." I think that was the problem, Katrina.
Words Claire Reid