The company where I work has a policy that each employee can only have 2 personal desk trinkets (pen holders, staplers, etc. are different), in order to keep everything clean and orderly. Due to this, many employees have brought in digital photo frames in order to have more than one picture on display at a time. The photos are still work appropriate: pictures of friends, family & pets, that sort of things.
Recently, one of our employees, Matt was married. He and his wife went on a honeymoon somewhere tropical, and when he got back at the beginning of the week, he uploaded 5 new photos to his frame: 1 of himself and his wife together on their wedding day, 1 of just his wife in her gown, 1 of the view from their hotel room, and 2 of them on vacation. Another employee, Karen, finds the 3 vacation photos completely inappropriate and went to our supervisor yesterday to demand they be removed as they make her uncomfortable.
Supervisor tells Karen the photos are fine, and to stop complaining about them. Today, Karen saw one of the photos and proceeded to tell the whole team in detail how inappropriate they are. It's not as though they were even swimsuit photos: both Matt & his wife are wearing shorts and tee shirts that are perfectly appropriate. They're not holding any sort of alcoholic beverages, and there's nothing in the background of the pictures that is offensive (except maybe the tropical climate, lol). No, Karen's issue is that they're inappropriate as they're honeymoon photos and EVERYONE knows that people play *whisper* Scrabble */whisper* while on their honeymoon. Therefore, Matt is flaunting the fact that he plays Scrabble in the workplace, which is inappropriate.
HR is currently giving Karen a lesson about what is and is not harassment in the workplace.