A Metropolitan Transit Authority investigation has uncovered a secret lair for New York City subway employees to lounge and party during working hours. In a report released Sept. 24, MTA Inspector General Carolyn Pokorny said she had discovered a secret room beneath Grand Central Station that had been kitted as a “man cave.” According to Pokorny, the room—with beds, a television, a fridge, an air conditioner, and a microwave—was located behind a locked door inside a storage area underneath tracks in the station. The space even had internet access. Pokorny’s report said three MTA employees had used the secret break room, and it recommended all three be fired. The unnamed employees denied the charges.