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Shock as woman sends her naked photo by mistake to her male boss

CRAZY WORLD
By Mirror | September 30th 2015

Monday mornings are dread-inducing at the best of times - but imagine if you'd sent your boss a raunchy naked Snapchat picture over the weekend.

That was the embarrassing reality for one hapless employee.

The anonymous woman had meant to send a late-night treat to her boyfriend.

In the image, she's seen hoisting up her T-shirt to reveal her naked stomach and breasts .

Alongside the snap, a tempting caption reads: What ur missing this weekend :)"

But, instead of sending it to her love interest, she pinged it to her boss.

And to her horror and humiliation, he saw it and replied.

He sent back a picture of a handwritten note, which read: Hi, you probably did not mean to send this to me, but please be more careful. I am your BOSS."

Although his note uses capital letters and underlining to stress the professional boundary between them, it is polite, understanding and not completely humourless.

It certainly could have been a lot worse.

Still, Monday morning must have been seriously awkward.

The fastest growing social network, Snapchat has 100 million users worldwide and is often used as a platform for young people share sexy pictures.

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