A couple from Singapore recently discovered pictures of their maid posing in lingerie on Facebook.
According to Free Malaysia Today, this was discovered last Saturday (15th April) when the wife was browsing through the social media site and found the provocative photos of her maid.
She then noticed something was oddly familiar in the pictures and soon realised that the maid was wearing her lingerie!
“Aside from seeing my maid wearing my lingerie, I also discovered that she had allowed her friend to come to our house, without our knowledge,” said the wife, who was definitely alarmed by the entire situation.
The photos showed the domestic worker posing suggestively in her employer’s lingerie while lying on a bed.
Because of their maid’s questionable behaviour, the young couple are now thinking of installing CCTVs in their home to closely monitor her behaviour.
She suspects her maid was brave enough to invite her friend over to the house because there were no CCTVs in the house, saying,
“This is the most likely reason why she dared to wear my clothes and even invited her friend whom I did not know to come to the house.”
She also said that her and her husband travel a lot, which makes it even easier for their maid to get away with all this suspicious activity.
So next time you’re out for travels, hide yo lingerie!
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