After New Yorker and CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin found himself caught in a scandal when he was seen masturbating during a work Zoom call, many took to social media to give the currently disgraced reporter some advice about actions to take in the future.

Toobin was caught on the call with fellow employees from The New Yorker and WNYC radio, which was serving as an election simulation, and during a 10-minute break, Toobin reportedly had lowered his camera and was captured touching his penis. He then reportedly left the call and called back in, seemingly unaware that he accidentally exposed himself.

He was later suspended from the magazine while an investigation was pending, and CNN has also stated he is taking “some time off” to “deal with personal issues” following the incident. His Conde Nast email has also been disabled.

Since the scandal, Toobin’s name began to trend on social media with the hashtag #MeToobin, a play on the “Me Too” movement, with many suggesting that he invest in a webcam cover for the future.

While one of the more high-profile names to become embroiled in a Zoom scandal since the COVID-19 Pandemic hit, forcing more people to work from home and utilize the service for work conferences and meetings, Toobin isn’t the only one who has been caught in a controversial moment and seen himself face consequences.

Back in September, a Duquesne University professor was placed on paid leave after he was caught using a racial slur on Zoom, while a Mexican Senator was reportedly caught back in May changing on her own camera. A Brazilian lawmaker was also caught having sex with his secretary on a Zoom call back in August.

Jeffrey Toobin Former United States Attorney General Eric Holder is interviewed by Jeffrey Toobin for a discussion on gerrymandering and its impact on the American politcal system at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate on May 30, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Holder is a partner at Covington and serves as the Chairman of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee. Photo: Paul Marotta/Getty Images