Leaving work to get laid could actually become a legal right in South Africa if politicians gets his way.
Aaron Motsoaledi, the Health Minister of South Africa has proposed giving workers a paid hour break to go home and have s ex because he’s worried busy work lives mean couples neglect things in the bedroom, leading to the breakdown of relationships.
Speaking about his proposal, he told the AFP news agency: “There are studies that show sex is healthy.
“It’s about having better relationships and improving efficiency at work.
It’s bad luck for anyone who doesn’t have someone to meet for a hookup because according to Motsoaledi the break would only apply to those genuinely leaving to get laid.
Motsoaledi, who said there was “no reason” his motion would not pass, admitted there was a chance people may use it for a non-s ex break.
“You can’t guarantee that a worker doesn’t go out for a walk instead,” he said adding that employers would have to trust that people were telling the truth about their sex hour.
So not only will you not be getting any in or out of work, you will have to watch your colleagues slide off for an hour of fun while you stay in the office.
While the US might not be anywhere near introducing a boning hour, it’s not the most left-field suggestion from South Africa, which has a history of amazing work perks.
So sex break will make working in South Africa seems pretty sweet!
Axadle International Monitoring – South Africa