A COUPLE accidentally live streamed themselves having sex on Zoom for 45 minutes – inside a synagogue.
The middle-aged couple were caught fondling and fondling each other after unknowingly turning on their video during an online bat mitzvah.
The handy duo joined a Zoom stream to attend a virtual Temple Beth El service in Minneapolis on May 14, before things heated up in their bedroom.
Horrified viewers tried desperately to contact the playful couple to stop the sex on their screens – but the session lasted 45 minutes.
The pair forgot to attend the virtual ceremony with just their clay, so they assumed they strummed in peace.
But when they saw a private chat asking them to stop, they were petrified.
One participant on Zoom said: “It took about 45 minutes.
“She walked around naked, she got dressed, she went in and out of the Zoom, he was in bed, he whipped it, she started working.
“Someone on Zoom saw her and called her and said, ‘WTF are you doing? You’re on camera.’ She freaked out.
The witness added: “It was a zoom for a bat mitzvah.
“Most people haven’t been on camera, except like the old Bubbes … who don’t know how to turn their camera off, and these two people.
“So the boxes were pretty big and everyone could see who was on camera.”
The synagogue hasn’t identified the raunchy couple and wants to prevent it from spreading.
Temple Beth El executive Matt Walzer told the New York Post, “I am aware of the incident and will not comment on the details.”
But those laughing at the event have dubbed it “pulling a toobin.”
The phrase refers to the unfortunate accident of leaving a web or phone camera on while engaging in sexual activity on Zoom.
Urban Dictionary coined the term after CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was caught masturbating on a live video call with staffers at The New Yorker in 2020.
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