Riding in an elevator can create some interesting social situations, but office elevator rides can often be the most interesting -- or unusual, depending on your coworkers.
A survey conducted by CareerBuilder found that being inside an elevator can bring out some pretty bizarre behavior, and FOX 9's Rob Olson set out to see what workers get up to when waiting to get to their destination.
The online study conducted by Harris Interactive between May 14 and June 4 found that though most people follow standard elevator etiquette of facing forward and keeping to themselves, several respondents reported some odd encounters like the ones listed below:
Those who took the survey were also asked to list the most annoying elevator habits. The top responses were speaking on cell phones, standing unnecessarily close to another person, and deliberately letting the elevator doors close when someone was approaching.
A total of 3,892 full-time employees of non-government agencies over the age of 18 were surveyed. Of those, 16 percent admitted that riding in an elevator is a source of stress and anxiety because they don't want to get stuck inside if it malfunctions.