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Sex Toy Atop Fire Truck Popped Up During South Jersey Town Zoom Budget Meeting, Report Says

Hamilton Fire Co.
Hamilton Fire Co. Photo Credit: Facebook/ Hamilton Fire Co.

A sex toy attached to an image of a fire truck inadvertently popped up during a  recent town budget hearing in Mercer County, according to a news report. 

The embarrassing 13-second moment flashed across live Zoom online broadcast, according to NJ Advance Media.

Hamilton Mayor Jeff Martin told NJ.com that an internal investigation identified the unnamed person with the obscene Zoom background.  Their name has not been released.

Hamilton Fire Chief Richard Kraemer was speaking about fire trucks during the Zoom intrusion.

The alleged Zoom offender posted an iPhone nickname, the media outlet reported. 

Township officials have not released any other details including the name of the alleged web offender. The controversial meeting moment has since been blacked out on the internet. 

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