That’s trouble, eh? Canadian lawmaker steps down after 2nd vulgar infraction while on a Zoom call

Canadian Parliament member William Amos seen during his first big Zoom mistake.

A Canadian lawmaker is no longer holding office after he was caught urinating in a coffee cup during a Zoom meeting.

The move affected Canadian Parliament memeber William Amos, who was caught in the meeting on Thursday.

While no actual footage has surfaced, it is allegedly the second time in 30 days that Amos has exposed himself.

Previously, Amos was seen stripping naked during a meeting after getting back from a run.

According to the Daily Mail, Amos has stepped down to “seek help.”

“While accidental and not visible to the public, this was completely unacceptable, and I apologize unreservedly,” he tweeted.

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