Honduras has axed an ambassador amid reports his personal aide held a wild party - attended by prostitutes - at the embassy.
Ambassador to Colombia, Carlos Rodriguez, quit his post after the government requested his withdrawal, the Honduras foreign ministry said.
Mr Rodriguez's personal aide went out with friends on December 20, picking up some prostitutes in Bogota's red-light district before going to the Honduran Embassy in Bogota.
They drank alcohol and destroyed the facilities, El Heraldo daily reported. Mobile phones and computers were also stolen.
It was not clear if Mr Rodriguez was present but the ministry said an investigation was under way.
"Jorge Mendoza, an employee of the Embassy of Honduras, received us and informed us that the previous night (December 20) there had been a party inside the Honduran Embassy, in some of the offices and that two computers had been stolen,” said Jose Baquero of the Bogota police.
"The sparse information that this man gave to the Bogota police is that they hired two sex workers from the Chapinero district but he did not give us any description of these people," he added.
Last year, about a dozen US secret service employees were accused of misconduct for bringing women, some of them prostitutes, back to their hotel rooms ahead of a visit to Colombia by President Barack Obama, in the biggest scandal to hit the agency.