An embarrassing moment for a South Sudan diplomat in the United States, Gordon Buay, after he was seen urinating during the video conference.
The video of the whole incident also went viral on social media and now it has become the talk of discussion for netizens.
The oops moment for Buay occurred during the Zoom live meeting regarding the appointment of a governor for Upper Nile state on Friday.
During the live discussion, Gordon Buay walked up to the bathroom and spotted while attending the call of nature. His act has left other panelists in shock.
It seems like Gordon Buay forgot to close his camera while peeing in his bathroom.
Without any doubt, the video has been spread on the Internet just like a fire in the jungle.
The video was shared by a Twitter user named Hillary Taylor with a caption that reads, “Embarrassing! South Sudan's ambassador to the USA #GordonBuay urinates during a live zoom discussion panel. I am still speechless. Couldn't he turn off his camera and mute his mic?”
Embarrassing!👇🏾— #FreeBobiWine 🇺🇬🇺🇸 (@HillaryTaylorVI) July 8, 2020
South Sudan's ambassador to the USA #GordonBuay urinates during a live zoom discussion panel. I am still speechless....
Couldn't he turn off his camera and mute his mic?🤦🏿♂️🤔 pic.twitter.com/bYgTSFp3lH
Social media users unable to digest this video and shared several hilarious comments on the micro-blogging site.
Check out reactions:
The way all other members went silent and looked. 🤦♀️🤦♀️. OMG what a disgrace 🙌— PEOPLE POWER UGANDA (@PEOPLEPOWERUGAN) July 9, 2020
Dude needs an urgent zoom etiquette session 😆😅 pic.twitter.com/mfPaJ4P5BL— #FreeBobiWine 🇺🇬🇺🇸 (@HillaryTaylorVI) July 9, 2020
He should voluntarily resign before he gets fired. This was a global embarrassment to his country South Sudan 🇸🇸— #FreeBobiWine 🇺🇬🇺🇸 (@HillaryTaylorVI) July 8, 2020
😀They are soon passing budget to teach their ambassadors how to use zoom. pic.twitter.com/bmeLBvWeIL— #FreeBobiWine 🇺🇬🇺🇸 (@HillaryTaylorVI) July 9, 2020
Meanwhile, the video has been viewed over 1.8k times.
On the other hand, Gordon Buay wrote in a post on Facebook that the video was "fake". Notably, he is South Sudan’s deputy ambassador to the US.