Mayor captured using no pants throughout Zoom interview

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    The Mayor of Antwerp was left mortified after a mirror exposed he wasn’t wearing any trousers during a Zoom interview

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    The Mayor of Antwerp was left mortified after being captured using no pants throughout a Zoom interview.

    Bart de Wever, the leader of the New Flemish Alliance, believed he had actually deceived everybody as he used a clever t-shirt for his chat with Flemish broadcaster Radio 2.

    But the Belgian political leader got a nasty shock when a mirror exposed his closet oversight on video camera.

    The job interviewer spoke with Mr de Wever for 4 minutes prior to bringing the fault to his attention.

    She stated: ‘I’m a little sidetracked, Bart de Wever. You are using a really good t-shirt, most likely you used it particularly for us due to the fact that you understand individuals are seeing on the Radio 2 app.

    ‘But under that shirt, could it be that you are there in your underwear?’

    Shocked to be called out, he responded: ‘How do you know that?’

    Bart de Wever was left red-faced after a mirror exposed his clothing (Picture: VRT NWS)

    Mayor caught in his underwear

    His job interviewer let the call go on for 4 minutes prior to pointing it out (Picture: VRT NWS)

    Realising his error right away after, the red-faced mayor confessed he wouldn’t be living the occurrence down anytime quickly.

    He stated: ‘Yes, because I’m most likely being in front of a mirror. I had actually not taken that into account.

    ‘The year begins with a particularly embarrassing moment, I’ll remember this for a very long time.’

    Belgian political leader Georges-Louiz Bouchez required to social networks to satirize Mr de Wever not long after, publishing an image of underpants in the colours of the Belgium flag. 

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