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Don't! Take bathroom pix of coworkers
"We had an incident where we had one employee taking a picture of another employee in the bathroom," says Shawn Desgrosellier, president of Vitality Group Executive Search.*

The prankster lifted a camera phone over the stall door, snapped a shot and then emailed the photo around the office.

It got all the way back around to the subject. Who was nonplussed. To say the least. And the prankster had a lot of explaining to do.

* Desgrosellier wants to be clear it wasn't at his recruiting company, but at a client's firm.

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Last updated August 17 2009: 6:07 AM ET
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