Having sex on the job is kind of risque, but watching sex on the job? Well, that’s just a little creepy.

In a new twist on the phrase "hump day," an unidentified man in Australia must have felt a little sheepish after a picture of him watching porn at work was tweeted for the whole world to see by a man who works in the building across the street.

Along with the photo, which you can see above, Twitter user James P tweeted, "the guy watching porn at work across the road is back, doesn’t realize our whole office can see him!" James P says the man has been watching porn on his computer “for ages.”

The tweet had been re-tweeted 2,600 times before it was taken down, presumably sparing the horndog real embarrassment at his next office party. The man also eventually realized he had an audience. James P wrote, "He saw us all watching him towards the end of the day. We have [sic] him a round of applause, he closed his screen down…"

If you’re going to get a round of applause, it should at least be for having sex, not watching it, but what happened to this guy is the grown-up equivalent of everybody giving you a round of applause when you dropped your lunch tray in the high school cafeteria. It was a lame response to something you just know millions of people all over the world do when they're on the job.

Yes, this guy got caught with his pants down (figuratively, of course. If it was literally, we would know his identity, courtesy of the indecent exposure charge that surely would have followed), but he’s a dude at work. Can you blame him? This is why Al Gore invented the Internet – to help us pass the time on the job in creative ways.

I don't know what the work environment is like in Australia, but I do know there are just so many Midnight Oil videos you can watch on YouTube before you need something else to entertain you. At least he was enjoying himself – the poor guy who spotted him watching porn was wasting man hours on the job watching someone else watch porn. That’s creepy and almost as lame as giving an acne-scarred teen a round of applause when he drops his lunch tray in the cafeteria. Not that I'm speaking from experience or anything.