Liberal MP William Amos uncovered himself on webcam throughout a video name in a digital Home of Commons assembly for the second time in as many months.
In an announcement posted to his Twitter account, Amos stated he “urinated with out realizing I used to be on digital camera.”
The Quebec MP says it was “unintended,” and whereas the video can’t be seen by the general public, it’s “utterly unacceptable” and he apologizes “unreservedly.”
Amos says he’s quickly stepping away from his position as parliamentary secretary so he can “search help.”
Please see my assertion. Veuillez lire ma déclaration. pic.twitter.com/ICc8WjqNZi
— William Amos (@WillAAmos) May 28, 2021
In April, Amos appeared bare throughout a parliamentary digital assembly, saying he returned from a run, modified, and by accident uncovered himself, unaware the digital camera was on.
Bloc Quebecois MP Sebastien Lemire later apologized for taking a screenshot of the video and sharing it on social media.