Maybe we should be working for Time Warner Cable—sounds like you can stare at sexy pictures there all the live long day. (Wait, we already get paid to do that.) At least according to one ex-employee, Keith Reid, you can. He has reportedly filed a $2 million lawsuit against TWC claiming that it ignored his complaints regarding his coworker's penchant for porn. And then, he says, they fired him for complaining.

The Post dug up papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court where Reid says that on ten different occasions he walked in on co-workers watching pornography in the company's Park slope office—something which bothered him as it is "against his religious belief as a Christian." According to the suit he complained to HR multiple times, but nothing happened. Instead he was, after a few complaints, suspended and then fired "in retaliation [for] the multiple complaints of religious discrimination and harassment."

Porn at the office? We can see how not everyone would dig that. But at the same time we suspect there are quite a few New Yorkers who would love that work perk. Also? Suddenly we maybe know why the Time Warner guys always seem so relaxed when they show up late.