A high school teacher got a red face after he was caught having sex on camera during a Zoom meeting in front of shocked colleagues.
Viral footage of the awkward moment shows the sassy couple having sex in the middle of the Jamaica Teachers’ Association’s annual conference earlier this week.
The two-minute clip shows the couple laughing as a female voice gives a speech saying: “Teaching in the midst of the pandemic was difficult.”
She talks about “the importance of this profession” while her colleague continues to befriend a partner in front of the camera.
But the private moment caught the attention of the entire conference when a voice from a computer said, “Recording in progress.”
One participant then shouted “What is this! Before the meeting descended into chaos.
The explicit video shows a man lying naked on the bed as a woman undresses before the couple have sex – apparently unable to hear the screams of other participants on the call.
This isn’t the first time a couple have been caught getting frisky on Zoom while on lockdown.
A staff member was caught having sex during a virtual city council meeting in Rio de Janeiro last year.
The committee meeting, on the rights of children and adolescents, was organized by the municipal council of the city of Rio de Janeiro, in the southeastern Brazilian state of the same name.
During the discussion, the staff member was seen sitting on a bed, naked, with a woman next to him.
The couple started to get dashing, completely unaware that their coworkers were watching in horror.
Incredibly, the advisers involved noticed the scenes but decided to ignore it and continue discussing the matter at hand.
And bestselling author and legal expert Jeffrey Toobin was caught masturbating on camera during an expert meeting on a presidential election podcast for WNYC and The New Yorker last year.
According to his colleagues, Toobin allegedly aimed the computer’s camera, touched himself and kissed someone who was not a colleague of his.
Shortly after the incident, Toobin apologized in a statement, saying, “I made an embarrassing and stupid mistake, believing I was off camera.
“I apologize to my wife, family, friends and colleagues.”