Businessman unconsciously remains silent in the shower for Brazilian President Bolsonaro after forgetting to turn off his camera at a Zoom meeting with industry leaders
- Sao Paulo State Federation of Industries organized the Zoom meeting
- Grab the call shows a shirtless man, said to be one of the federations advisers
- Federation President Paulo Skaf was interrupted by Bolsonaro who saw the man
A businessman accidentally left his camera on while taking a shower during a Zoom conference call with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
The embarrassing slip-up took place at a virtual meeting hosted by Paulo Skaf, the president of the Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo.
A screen capture of the call shows a shirtless man – said to be one of the federation’s advisers – alongside 24 other stone-faced officials.
A businessman accidentally left his camera on while showering (bottom right) during a Zoom conference call with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
Bolsonaro (pictured) has been criticized for tackling the coronavirus pandemic, with Brazil being the hardest hit country in Latin America
Mr. Skaf was interrupted by the President who saw the naked man on the screen, Local media reported.
He reportedly said, “Paulo, there is a colleague in the last square. He left, are you okay? ‘
Industry Minister Paulo Guedes then said, “There is a man out there who is naked in the shower.
“There is a naked man there, who isolates himself naked at home, great.
“The man got hot during the call, so he took a cold shower.”
Bolsonaro is said to have responded with, “Unfortunately we have seen. It was a shaky photo, but unfortunately we saw it. ‘
The man who appeared naked has not been identified.
Bolsonaro has been criticized for addressing the corona virus pandemic, with Brazil being the worst-hit country in Latin America.
For weeks, the president has been closing the horns with state governors over the closures, saying they do more damage from job losses than from the disease itself.
For weeks, the president has been closing the horns with state governors over the closures, saying they do more damage from job losses than from the disease itself. Pictured: Native people mourn a coronavirus victim in Manaus, Brazil
He recently spoke out against Sao Paulo Governor Joao Doria, who, along with other state governors in Brazil, declared the closure of his state to stop the spread of the virus.
Bolsonaro said that companies should play hard with Doria because he is “one man who determines the future of Brazil’s economy.”
Brazil has more than 203.00 cases of COVID-19 with more than 13,000 deaths.
Brazil has more than 203.00 cases of COVID-19 with more than 13,000 deaths. Pictured: health officials in PPE in Rio de Janeiro