The world is getting its first look at the “bedrooms” at Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters that prompted an investigation by the city’s building inspectors.
As we reported yesterday, San Francisco building inspectors announced the investigation after Forbes reported that Elon Musk had converted several office rooms at its headquarters into sleeping quarters for employees.
“We need to make sure the building is being used as intended,” a department representative told radio station KQED.
BBC North America tech reporter James Clayton tweeted photos of the bedrooms at the heart of the scandal and let’s just say…they’re underwhelming.
As of yesterday, the Department of Building Inspection was already reaching out to Twitter’s building representatives to conduct a site inspection, which was expected to begin within 72 hours.