- South Sudan ambassador Gordon Buay was left with an egg on his face after taking a nature call in the full glare of five Zoom users
- Buay was seen walking to the bathroom with nothing but a shirt on and urinated while the virtual meeting was ongoing
- The host of the meeting was quick to remove him while some guests burst into laughter; others were left in utter shock
- The viral video caused a stir on social media with many saying he was probably drunk during the important meeting
Zoom meetings have become the new normal after the coronavirus pandemic made physical human interactions nearly impossible.
While the virtual meetings have turn out to be a great blessing during these tumultuous times, they have also come in the way of privacy and left many with an egg on their faces.
One such person is South Sudan ambassador to Washington, Gordon Buay, who left his audience surprised and laughing after taking a nature call, wait for it, before five Zoom users!
Buay was attentively listening to one of the speakers when he felt the need to relieve himself and he was seen walking to the bathroom with nothing on him but a white shirt.
By this time, the audience was getting confused on why the envoy was displaying his half-naked body while walking in the middle of the serious discourse.
"I think you need to mute Ambassador Gordon Bouy, I believe he is the one making noise," one of the speakers said.
Before they could even understand what the ambassador was up to, they saw him peeing while looking at the camera. Yes, he first looked at the camera and then relieved himself in the full glare of five guests who were in the meeting.
His camera must have decided to expose him while he was staying in touch with what the speakers were saying.
Half of the audience was in shock and had to hold their breathe for a moment, while the rest of the carefree Zoom users burst out laughing with the host rushing to kick him out of the meeting.
He had caused enough drama already.
Buay's despicable conduct caused a stir on social media with speculation being rife that the "respected" diplomat was heavily drunk in the live video.
Here are some of the comments from Facebook:
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