A pair of British newly weds recently had their bed bugged by the groom's best man. A pressure sensative device with remote dial out capabilities was placed under their mattress whilst they were on their honeymoon. Now whenever they go to bed or trip the light fantastic, the device wakes up, records the time, date, duration, pressure intensity and "frenzy index" of their lovemaking, then posts the data to a Twitter account - newlywedsontjob. The "live" updates started on 11 Dec 09. To make sense of it, the time of the activity is measured from "They're on the job!" to when the device signals "They're off the job!"
Here are some of the readings:
They’re off the job! #4 – Action concluded at 19.29GMT. Duration: 15 m.55 s. Frenzy Index: 6 (Snow Patrol). Judge’s Comment: "Cld do better"
11:29 AM Dec 13th from Power Twitter
They’re on the job! #4 - Action commenced at 19.14GMT. Weight: 151KG.
11:14 AM Dec 13th from Power Twitter
They’re off the job! #3 – Action concluded at 15.28GMT. Duration: 15 m.31 s. Frenzy Index: 9 (thrash metal). Judge’s Comment: "KAPOW!"
7:28 AM Dec 13th from Power Twitter
They’re on the job! #3 - Action commenced at 15.13GMT. Weight: 151KG.
7:13 AM Dec 13th from Power Twitter
They’re off the job! #2 – Action concluded at 16.12GMT. Duration: 22 m.05 s. Frenzy Index: 4 (easy listening). Judge’s Comment: "Good work!"
8:12 AM Dec 11th from Power Twitter
They’re on the job! #2 - Action commenced at 15.50GMT. Weight: 151KG.
7:50 AM Dec 11th from Power Twitter
The best man stated that he us doing this because:
he stitched me up something rotten when he was my best man so I reckon this is reasonable payback.
From the article we are led to assume that this couple resides in England. Look at the times (GMT is Greenwich Mean Time) generated by the pressure monitioring device. Either the system clock was not set properly by the perpetrator or someone is working nights.