Tennessee mom flashes neighbors from bathroom window, didn’t know 'it was that bad'

Jill Santom took to TikTok to share her hilarious story earlier this month


                            Tennessee mom flashes neighbors from bathroom window, didn’t know 'it was that bad'
Screenshots from Jill Santom's TikTok videos (TikTok/@mama_jill34)
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A Tennessee mother took to TikTok earlier this month to share how she realized that she was unintentionally flashing to her neighbors through the bathroom window. Jill Santom had no idea that though the window had frosted glass, it was quite transparent for people to get a view of inside.

But Santom decided to test her bathroom window in a now-viral TikTok video after suspecting that it wasn’t doing its job to hide the family’s silhouettes in the shower. Her suspicions arose when, while collecting her mail one evening, she discovered the bright glare from the bathroom. For the ultimate examination, she reportedly asked her husband to participate. On the social media platform, Santom wrote: “I felt like people could see me even though it’s frosted glass. So I asked my husband to pretend he’s showering so I could see.”

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Even though Santom and her husband did the test at night, the outline of his body was clearly visible from outside. In the caption, she wrote, “His commitment to ‘fake showering’ is impressive.” The first TikTok video soon garnered more than eight million views. Later, the woman shared another video that was shot in the daytime. The second video included her daughter. She stood by the window and one could easily find out that the teenager was wearing a white T-shirt and jeans.

Santom said while the bathroom glass window is on the side of their home, it “might as well” be at the front because it faces a huge area of the street. She wrote with the video, “That’s REALLY clear. The window has spoken… night-time showers are better,” before adding, “I didn’t think it was that bad when I originally posted.”

The video attracted several comments. A user wrote, “You might as well be bathing on your front lawn.” Another one said, “I definitely expected the daytime to be less see-through!” and the third user added: “I would have to move. I wouldn’t be able to speak to the neighbors anymore.”

This comes months after a Canadian lawmaker reportedly appeared naked on a legislative meeting video call. William Amos -- a 46-year-old Liberal MP -- appeared on the screens of his fellow members of Parliament wearing nothing during the House of Commons virtual meetings. But his private parts were hidden as he held what seemed like a mobile phone in one of his hands. Also, members of the public did not see Amos’ in that situation because he was not speaking. But who took the screenshot of him and sent it to the press was not known, as reported by the Daily Mail.

According to reports, Amos has been the representative of the riding of Pontiac in the House of Commons since the 2015 federal election. He did his college at McMaster University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Science. He also got a Master of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia before joining McGill University's civil/common law program, from which he passed out in 2004.

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