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Shock as Ambassador Gordan Buay goes naked and pee on Facebook Live show [VIDEO]

South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)

Controversial South Sudanese politician, Ambassador Gordan Buay shocked viewers on a live Facebook stream last night when he walked into a bathroom with no pants on and started urinating as if it was a normal thing to do.

Gordon who was a special guest on Lakes State Media’s show was invited among other guests to discuss the current political affairs in the country.

Seen in the video Gordan, walked out the bed he was chilling on and walks toward the bathroom with just a shirt and clearly no panst and he started peeing before the host disabled the ambassador’s video feed.

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It’s alleged that the ambassador was drunk and forgot to turn off his video feed before going to ease himself.

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