British Politician Suspended for Topless Women Photo in Group Chat
A British politician who sent a topless photo of a woman to a group of mothers was put on non-active. Council member Mohammad Maroof from Sheffield wanted to share a video with message organisation WhatsApp with the organisation Mums United but inadvertently clicked on the spicy image.
Maroof states that he wanted to send a video of the founder of Mums United, the BBC reports. She then filed a petition about stabbings in the area. , I accidentally clicked on the wrong photo ”, sighs the council member. “As soon as I discovered that, I asked if they wanted to remove the photo.”
The WhatsApp blunder causes some commotion in Sheffield. A member of the group, who wants to remain anonymous, says the incident was “really shameful.” The chairman of the council calls the photo incident “very serious”. Maroof remains suspended until the matter is sorted out.
The plagued councillor has offered apologies. According to the British broadcaster, he says that he has devised the WhatsApp group to strengthen the position of women. The topless photo was previously sent to him by someone and automatically stored on the phone.