- A lawyer attending a hearing via a Zoom call accidentally activated a cat filter and the result was too good
- The lawyer fumbled his words and thoughts as he tried to inform the judge that it was a filter and not a real cat
- The video had peeps in stitches, especially because of the lawyer's unique response
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In a rather awkward turn of events, a lawyer accidentally activated a cat filter during a hearing with a judge. A short clip of the uncomfortable moment was shared to Twitter by @MikaelThalen recently.
The video starts with the lawyer's face already covered by the cat filter. The judge informs him that he appears to have activated a cat filter. The confused and probably embarrassed lawyer says that his assistant was attempting to remove the filter.
The lawyer then tells the judge: "I'm here live, I'm not a cat."
Take a look at the 34-second clip below:
Take a look at some of the responses below:
@JamesUrbaniak responded with:
"All I know is 'I'm not a cat' is exactly what a talking cat would say if it were trying to bum-rush a legal proceeding."
"I don't want to rat her out here but his assistant definitely did this deliberately."
"I don’t know why but my favourite part is, 'I’m prepared to go forward with it.' That’s the kind of radical acceptance we need sometimes."
"When he said he wasn't a cat, I hope he didn't purrjur himself."
In similar news, YEN.com.gh recently reported on a cat's reaction to Jlo's performance at US President Joe Biden's inauguration. The photos of a cat and its reaction during the inauguration ceremony of Joe Biden's presidency on Wednesday, 20 January have gone viral
Photos showed that the cat was wide-eyed as Jennifer Lopez performed her popular song, Let's Get Loud at the event.
The owner of the pet, Sarah Kaplan, shared the snaps on her Twitter page and said:
"My cat when JLo broke into 'Let's Get Loud'."
In the first frame of the shared pictures, the cat lies on the couch as she backs the PC streaming the live event.
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