If you're looking for love, you might find it sitting at the desk opposite you, according to new research.
A poll of 2,000 employees by New Woman magazine found that 61 per cent of relationships now begin in the workplace.
The illuminating study found that nearly all of us (94 per cent) admit to flirting with our colleagues, while 63 per cent of respondents said that they had incorporated the wonders of modern technology into their seduction rituals by sending racy e-mails to co-workers.
More than half of those surveyed had slept with a co-worker at some point and about a third admitted that they had actually had sex in the office.
Moreover, four per cent said they had been "caught in the act" and some even confessed that compromising photographs had been circulated around the workplace!
New Woman editor Lauren Libbert said: "So many people find love at work because it's an ideal environment for slow-burn relationships
"The male colleague on the other side of the desk may not be a pin-up but he grows on you."
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