Another Federico Döring video scandal: it was captured in an intimate moment during a virtual session

Another Federico Döring video scandal: it was captured in an intimate moment during a virtual session

This Tuesday, November 23, was characterized by being loaded with political information. On the one hand, it was reported that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) withdrew the opinion in which he proposed Arturo Herrera, former Secretary of the Treasury, as governor of the Bank of Mexico (Banxico); likewise, the Senate of the Republic endorsed that Loretta Ortiz Ahlf be the next Minister of the Superior Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN).

However, Federico Döring, a local deputy from Mexico City, was not far behind, this because during a virtual session, the standard-bearer of the National Action Party (PAN) forgot to turn off his camera and was caught in flagrante delicto during an intimate moment.

It turns out that the graduate of the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), apparently, was making use of noble services and, having not turned off his cell phone camera, it was evident that the PAN had to exercise that hygienic action that everything human being does when he has the paper in his hand and is sitting on the toilet.

When his classmates noticed, they couldn’t contain their laughter. At the same time, Döring Casar, just after folding a section of paper, observed that his image continued to appear in real time during the session, so he rushed to his mobile device to turn off the camera and be able to continue his activity.

Although the incident lasted a few seconds, it was momentous for social networks, since hundreds of Twitter users have already viralized the images of the embarrassing moment experienced by the first promoter of the video scandals against López Obrador’s relatives.

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