A JUDGE rules that a COMPANY is liable after their employee DIED shortly after having sex on a business trip. Do you agree with the judge?
However, the insurance provider argued that sexual intercourse "is a matter of everyday life, like taking a shower or having a meal," and should, therefore, be covered by insurance the same way any other employee behavior exhibited on a work trip would be. It also noted that TSO had not submitted evidence that Xavier "interrupted" his work schedule to have sex with the woman.
The Court of Appeal in Paris ultimately decided to uphold the insurance provider's original decision, noting "it is common ground that sexual intercourse is an act of everyday life." The decision entitled the deceased man's family to undisclosed compensation."