In April, Williams Amos was caught naked, his private parts hidden by his phone, in front of the camera of his computer connected on the session of the questions in the parliament.
A Canadian MP has stepped down from some of his duties and said he is seeking “appropriate support” after being caught on camera urinating during a video conference in Parliament, a month after appearing naked on another virtual session.
“Last night, as I virtually attended the non-public deliberations of the House of Commons, I urinated without realizing the camera was on,” MP William Amos wrote on his Twitter account Thursday night. “I am deeply embarrassed by my conduct and by the distress it may have caused to anyone who witnessed it,” he added. “Although accidental (…) my action was completely inappropriate, and I apologize without reservation,” he said.
In April, the member was surprised naked, standing between the flags of Canada and Quebec, his private parts hidden by his phone, in front of the camera of his computer connected during the question period in parliament. Williams Amos, who represents the Liberal Party of Justin Trudeau in the riding of Pontiac, Quebec, also argued the thesis of the accident.
In the most recent episode, Williams Amos was caught urinating into a coffee cup, the Conservative opposition said in a statement.
“This is the second time that Williams Amos has been caught showing himself naked to his colleagues in the House of Commons, and the House, virtual or not, must be free from this type of unacceptable behavior,” said the MP. curator Karen Vecchio.
“This is standard behavior on the part of Williams Amos and it is now clear that the Trudeau Liberals failed in their duty to provide a safe work environment following the first incident,” he said. -she hammered in a statement.
Williams Amos, 46, has announced that he is “temporarily” stepping down from some of his parliamentary duties while continuing to represent his riding of Pontiac. And he added that he was going to seek “the appropriate support”, but without specifying its content.