A New Jersey woman took to TikTok to share her company’s strange request before a work trip abroad.

“My company is not only asking us to share a room with a colleague on our next trip to Paris, but also to share a bed,” co.letter said in a video on TikTok.

He said he had to re-read the email several times because he couldn’t believe HR would suggest this.

The woman asked her followers if they would feel comfortable sharing a bed with a co-worker News.com.au

The woman asked her followers if they would feel comfortable sharing a bed with a co-worker News.com.au

According to the surprised employee, she received an email about the upcoming trip.

“In the survey you will notice that you have the option to share a room with a colleague,” the email from his workplace said.

“Please note that in the current booking status there is only one bed in the room.

“You can absolutely answer no to this question,” the email said.

“That was an option…suggested, encouraged. HR was like writing that, sending it and drinking your glass of wine,” he said.

He said HR was “bored,” wanted to save money, or “maybe both.”

He likened the potential experience to a “booktok” or a smutty fiction plot.

“I hope this video lands on an author’s page and then they can call me on Facetime after taking this trip.

A woman took to TikTok to read an email from her company asking her co-workers to share a bed on an upcoming work trip to Paris News.com.au

A woman took to TikTok to read an email from her company asking her co-workers to share a bed on an upcoming work trip to Paris News.com.au

He said he had to reread the letter several times to understand the request.  news.com.au

He said he had to reread the letter several times to understand the request. news.com.au

“I could write something up and send it.

“I didn’t even know this was possible in a corporate environment,” he said.

“Several people at my company end up leaving and WE WONDER WHY,” the poster commented in response to someone who said HR was definitely “a girly book.”

“HR loves a good rom-com,” the original poster responded.

People in the comments were quick to drag the company’s request.

“This really seems illegal,” one comment read.

“I travel a lot for work and I would NEVER accept that. The best part of those trips is getting room service in your robe,” another comment read.

“I would quit before I had to sleep in the same room as a co-worker,” another added.

By Sam