A Brazilian fella accidentally broadcast his naked body while on a Zoom call with President Jair Bolsonaro after seemingly forgetting to switch off his camera. This poor guy has really played out all of our Zoom worst nightmares, hasn't he?
The call was held by Paulo Skaf, the president of the Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo, and included a bunch of people including Bolsonaro who were discussing the rather serious matter of the impact of lockdown on businesses in the country.
However, while Skaf was speaking he was interrupted by the President who is reported to have asked: "Paulo, there's a colleague there in the last little square, he left, is he okay?"
The Minister of Industry, Paulo Guedes, who was in the little box next to the President then said: "There is a guy having a shower there, naked. There's a naked guy there, isolating naked at home, great.
"The guy was getting hot with the conversation, so he went to take a cold shower."
Bolsonaro reportedly added: "Unfortunately we saw. It was a shaky picture but we saw, unfortunately."
To save his blushes, the man has not been named in local media.
This guy isn't the first to fall foul of the Zoom meeting, last month Welsh politician Vaughan Gething was overheard slagging off one of his colleagues after forgetting to switch off his mic during the call.
After fellow politician Jenny Rathbone - Labour member for Cardiff Central - spoke he appeared to be thinking out loud when he asked: "What the f*** is the matter with her?!"
But, of course, his mic picked up every word. Awkward.
The reactions of those who were part of the Zoom group were pretty bloody special.
Naturally, once his mistake was pointed out to him Gething tweeted out an apology: "I'm obviously embarrassed about my comments at the end of questions today. I've sent a message apologising and offered to speak to @JennyRathbone if she wishes to do so. It is an unwelcome distraction at a time of unprecedented challenge."
Could have been worse, mate, at least you had your kecks on.
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