By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline. Millions of people across the world are swapping their offices for kitchen tables, sofas, beds and living rooms as people stay inside in the hope to stop the spread of coronavirus. And with new technology comes new rules and etiquette, which some are still trying to figure out. One unfortunate woman, believed to be from the US, accidentally left her camera on while on a video conference call - meaning her colleagues witnessed her going to the toilet in a viral video widely shared on Twitter. The worker, referred to on the call as Jennifer, is seen walking through her home as a colleague discusses work, saying: 'It depends on the ethical standards of a profession, and from what I've heard social work has very high standards. But as she spoke, Jennifer was seen removing her trousers and sitting on the toilet - leaving her workmates in fits of laughter.
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Body positivity continues to look for a place in the fashion industry, with the runway being one of the last spaces to accommodate the movement. Gathering 25 women from all over Italy, the woman behind the blog Love Curvy set up the BodyPositiveCatwalk right outside of the distinguished Duomo Cathedral to gain widespread attention. The women made even more of a statement by stripping down to their underwear despite the cold February weather. Finally out the official video of our BodyPositiveCatwalk I crying of happiness watching this!