The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way business is conducted forever. One of the biggest (and best) adjustments was the way we hold meetings. People can now just hop on a Microsoft Teams or Zoom call to see and chat with their colleagues instead of having to gather in person.

It's really easy to connect with people remotely using this technology and there are only a couple of things you need to know in order to execute a great virtual meeting. 1) You should be able to mute and unmute your mic. 2) You should be dressed appropriately (at least from the waist up) in case you're asked to turn you camera on. One Minnesota lawmaker missed step 2 and is now going viral.

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Minnesota Lawmaker Appears Shirtless During Zoom Call

A Minnesota Lawmaker is going viral today after appearing topless on a Zoom meeting. The shirtless Senator isn't talking about the incident, but millions have seen the video and there are a ton of comments on Twitter.

Aaron Rupar tweeted the 15-second video, which you can watch below, it shows the Minnesota lawmaker casting a vote during a Legislative Audit Commission. His tweet has been viewed nearly 4-million times.

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Minnesota Lawmaker Appears Shirtless During Zoom Call

As you'd expect there were several laughing emojis in the replies, DFL Sen. Nicole Mitchell retweeted the video with the eye roll emoji, another person wondered if it was "super casual Friday", and someone joked how the lawmaker was putting the bill to bed.

I've watched the video a few times now and I have questions. Is he actually laying in bed? What's the deal with the "School House Rock" background? What did his colleagues think?

I think I know what his colleagues were thinking. Watch how their facial expressions are before and after he appears on screen.

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