There's a scene in "A View To A Kill" where Bond is snooping around Zorin's property and sets off an alarm. Bond escapes by waiting in May Day's bed for her to return to her room, and then acting like he was there all along.
The scene ends with May Day jumping in bed with Bond to do the wild thing, and Zorin -- who seemed to be May Day's boyfriend -- just kind of walking away and being cool with it.
Why did Zorin so casually allow Bond to sleep with May Day? Part of Zorin's weird personality? Testament to Bond's sex appeal? Commentary on the promiscuous 1980s? Or something else?