Yep - fully aware this sounds 'dodgy'.
However, I have the unfortunate task at work of looking after company mobiles. It would appear that an ex employee has given a phone back and whilst trying to reset it it's asking for their Apple ID password which obviously I don't have. Now, I can probably get in touch with the person, but that'll take time and also it's unlikely there'll want to give me their password.
Thoughts? We now have a policy in place ensuring employees do not use iPhones personally i.e. for these type of situations.