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Italian Senate Accidentally Replayed 30 Seconds Of Tifa Lockhart Hentai

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Throughout the pandemic, Zoom meetings have become the preferred means of communication. Primarily because it means no one is at risk of a potentially fatal illness, and also because the vital functions of the state can still be performed from the comfort of one’s own home. Hence, Zoom meetings are how many state governments do business these days.

However, it also spawned a new form of cyber vandalism. “Zumbombing,” as it’s called, is when a hacker manages to break into a Zoom meeting and then take over the speaker’s screen, often playing obscene or offensive material once they gain control. This is exactly what happened during a recent meeting of Italian senators.

The conference was hosted on Monday by Nobel laureate Giorgio Parisi and was attended by several Italian senators. At some point, a user under the nickname Alex Spence broke into the conference, interrupted the conversation and started broadcasting a hentai video.

After the video sparked alarms (including at least one “oh Christo” from Senator Maria Laura Mantovani), the conference tech team attempted to regain control, but another hentai video featuring Xiang Ling of Genshin Impact was played. The hacker was then kicked out of the conference call.

Mantovani promised to report the incident to the police, but prosecuting these cases can be very difficult because often the hacker does not live in the same country.

If you want to experience the same panic and confusion as the Italian senators, or want to see Tifa Lockhart in the throes of passion while the Italian senators scream to turn it off, then here it is:

And in case the description above didn’t make things clear, the content you’re about to experience should be limited to an adult audience. I expect this to become a weird specific category of PornHub very soon.

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