Amanda Werner dressed as Monopoly Man. Amanda Werner

A person dressed as Monopoly character Rich Uncle Pennybags was seen in the background of Wednesday's Senate Banking Committee, which featured Equifax CEO Richard Smith's testimony over a data breach that compromised the personal information of over 145 million people.

The protester was with the group Public Citizen, a consumer rights advocate. The protester decried “Get Out Of Jail Free” cards for companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax.

Smith told Congress that the criminal hack happened on his watch and that he takes "full responsibility."

“Forced arbitration gives companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax a monopoly over our system of justice by blocking consumers’ access to the courts. The [Congressional Review Act] resolution striking down the arbitration rule is a virtual get-out-of-jail-free card for companies engaged in financial scams. It should not pass go,” said Robert Weissman, president of Public Citizen, in a statement.

The photobombing of the hearing made some people uncomfortable, according to Amanda Werner the protester who spoke to Huffington Post.

Werner said she chased down Smith after the hearing, but wasn't able to catch him to speak to him.