Rule 1: Don’t attend Zoom naked.
Rule 2: Don’t urinate during Zoom.
Rule 3: Refer to Rules 1 and 2.
Liberal MP Will Amos, who last month was caught on a House feed naked, is apologizing for being caught urinating while on a House feed.— Cormac Mac Sweeney (@cmaconthehill) May 28, 2021
He is temporarily stepping away from his Parliamentary Secretary role to seek assistance #cdnpoli https://t.co/ynwheiU9LV
To seek assistance with what? Closing doors?— Moe Bantha (@Greenchief) May 28, 2021
BREAKING: Statement from @WillAAmos “This was an unfortunate error. My video was accidentally turned on as I was changing into my work clothes after going for a jog. I sincerely apologize to my colleagues in the House of Commons for this unintentional distraction." #cdnpoli— Rachel Aiello (@rachaiello) April 14, 2021
It was also clearly a breach of the HoC rules around "proper attire" which notes that while the Standing Orders don't have a formal 'dress code' speakers have ruled that all MPs who want to be recognized during proceedings must be wearing "contemporary business attire." #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/ohGbTTc9jX— Rachel Aiello (@rachaiello) April 14, 2021
And yes, also against the rules for the photo of this incident that's circulating to be taken in the first place. As is the case in the HoC chamber, MPs have been rebuked in the past for sharing behind-the-scenes snaps of the Zoom view not visible to the public. #cdnpoli— Rachel Aiello (@rachaiello) April 14, 2021
Politician accidentally records himself naked and changing clothes on parliamentary Zoom— Marmite Marmz 💙 (@marmitemarmz) April 15, 2021
Canadian Parliamentarian Will Amos apologised for the incident saying it was an honest mistake https://t.co/o8Lt1swtX1