A couple Zooming in on a Sabbath service session forgot to turn the camera off when things got steamy for them.
The pair began having sex while watching the session taking place at a Minneapolis synagogue–that also happened to be hosting a Bat Mitzvah.
But they didn't realize they had an audience.
And it lasted a long time with the camera left on.
“It went on for about 45 minutes," an anonymous eyewitness told the New York Post.
"She was walking around naked, she got dressed, she’s in and out of the Zoom, he was in the bed, he whipped it out, she started going to work."
The couple was apprised of their visible NSFW activity and was understandably mortified.
“Someone on the Zoom saw and called her and was like, ‘WTF are you doing? You’re on camera.’ She freaked out," added the eyewitness.
They explained that due to the small number of people having their cameras on during the virtual session, the couple getting down and dirty was not hard to miss.
“It was a Zoom for a Bat Mitzvah. Most people were not on camera except like, the old bubbes … who don’t know how to turn off their camera, and these two people."
"So the boxes were pretty big and everyone could see who was on camera.”
In Judaism, a married couple having sex on Shabbat is considered by some people a good deed and is specifically encouraged in the Talmud and classical Rabbinic texts.
The involuntary peep show was an example of many NSFW acts during the pandemic era of skyrocketing video conferencing.
In one extreme example, former CNN legal analyst, Jeffrey Toobin, was fired for masturbating while on a Zoom call with TheNew Yorker magazine.
His misfortune was not lost on Twitter users.
Other minor examples of involuntary Zoom exposure included a student who left her mic on during a Zoom ethics class and was heard lusting after a "sexy" guest lecturer and a TV reporter who filmed a live broadcast from home, not realizing her naked husband was visible behind her the whole time.