Liberal MP William Amos exposed himself on webcam during a video call in a virtual House of Commons meeting for the second time in as many months.
In a statement posted to his Twitter account, Amos said he “urinated without realizing I was on camera.”
The Quebec MP says it was “accidental,” and while the video can’t be viewed by the public, it is “completely unacceptable” and he apologizes “unreservedly.”
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Amos says he is temporarily stepping away from his role as parliamentary secretary so he can “seek assistance.”
Please see my statement. Veuillez lire ma déclaration. pic.twitter.com/ICc8WjqNZi
— William Amos (@WillAAmos) May 28, 2021
In April, Amos appeared naked during a parliamentary virtual meeting, saying he returned from a run, changed, and accidentally exposed himself, unaware the camera was on.
Bloc Quebecois MP Sebastien Lemire later apologized for taking a screenshot of the video and sharing it on social media.