Abhishek Singhvi caught with no pants in a virtual court hearing
Senior lawyer and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi was caught again on Tuesday with his pants down. This time for appearing in a virtual court hearing at Calcutta High Court, with no pants. Abhishek Singhvi who landed before the web cameras made a mistake. He was appearing before the Supreme Court and Calcutta High Court simultaneously. Mistakenly he put some web cameras down out of confusion and was caught with naked bottom before the Calcutta HC session on Narada Scam.
The upset Court staff called Singhvi’s office and asked him to maintain decorum saying that they can see only his naked legs. Meanwhile, some disgruntled persons in his office also leaked the photo of how Singhvi appears in virtual courts by wearing only white shirts and avoids wearing pants.
This is not the first time Singhvi is caught with his pants down. In 2012, he was caught for having sex with a lady advocate who was trying to become a Judge in Delhi High Court. The romance between Singhvi and the lady lawyer happened at Singhvi’s home office. Obviously, this video was leaked by some disgruntled persons at his office. During sexual intercourse also both were talking about how to push the files to become a High Court Judge.
Virtual Courts produced the funny sides of lawyers. Last year, veteran lawyer Rajeev Dhavan was caught smoking hookah during a virtual hearing in the Rajasthan High Court. Recently a fan of actress Juhi Chawla was caught singing during arguments in the Delhi High Court.
Singhvi needs to be more cautious and dress properly during a virtual hearing and he must also prevent leaks from his office.
 Busted: Singhvi ‘sex video’ goes viral on social media – Apr 20, 2012, First Post
 Caught on camera: Advocate Dhavan smokes hookah during virtual hearing, judge issues health advisory – Aug 13, 2020, One India
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