Government worker caught having sex with secretary during Zoom call

A government official accidentally left his camera on during a Zoom call as he was having sex with his secretary.

Jesus Estil was caught in the act during the meeting with Fatima Dos village council in the city of Cavity, Indonesia, on August 26.

While others were talking, the council captain got up and walked towards a woman sat on a sofa a few steps from the computer.

The pair began performing sexual acts while the camera was turned on.

She was later identified as his secretary, who also does accounting for the local government’s office.

One of Estil’s colleagues recorded the explicit scene.

After the video was made public, some residents of the village filed a petition to oust the captain for misconduct.

The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has since confirmed Estil will be removed from his post as quickly as possible.

DILG Barangay Affairs Summons and Complains Chief Richard Geronimo said: "This is not simple misconduct, but grave misconduct.

“We will do everything to punish him.

"Naturally, the staff member in question has asked for forgiveness but it is not that easy."

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Both Estil and the woman have not reported to their offices since the video was made public.

Back in June, a Mexican politician apologised after taking her top off during a government meeting on Zoom.

Senator Martha Lucia Micher, 66, was speaking with members of the National Regeneration Movement political party, the Bank of Mexico and journalists on May 29, discussing the impact of thecoronaviruspandemic.

At one point, she started getting changed – not realising her camera was still on.

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Screenshots began to circulate on social media, prompting a cruel backlash.

Martha apologised and said: “I am Malu Micher, and I am not ashamed to have shown part of my intimacy by accident, because it is exactly the notion that a woman is ‘just her body’ that has allowed and fomented the objectification of women against which I have always fought.

“I am a woman of 66 years of age who has breastfed four children, three of whom are today professional and responsible men, and I feel proud of my body for having nourished them.

“I am a woman who has fought for the left for almost 40 years and who has occupied various public roles in my fervent commitment for the defence of human rights, I am a woman who is not ashamed of her body, I love it and I take care of it.”

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