Sign up for our newsletter and get a curated list of the top trending stories every day. A month after being caught naked during a video conference, Liberal MP William Amos has been caught in the middle of another virtual mishap. On May 27, Amos put out a statement declaring that he had urinated without realizing his camera was on in the middle of a virtual House of Commons meeting on May While accidental and not visible to the public, this was completely unacceptable, and I apologize unreservedly," Amos said.
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Search Search. Menu Sections. Public health messaging around prostate cancer may be hampering efforts of early detection by placing a misleading focus on urinary symptoms, scientists have argued.