An employer went too far in questioning an accountant about his after-work date with a co-worker, according to an invasion-of-privacy lawsuit filed Friday in Philadelphia common pleas court.

The lawsuit alleges that the plaintiff was confronted at work by a Rohm & Haas Co. attorney and a member of the company’s security department approximately two weeks after the employee had dinner and spent the night with a female co-worker.

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