Manager gets Zoom call rudely interrupted by randy squirrels

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A PUB training manager had her work Zoom meeting rudely interrupted by a pair of randy squirrels – who were getting it on outside her window.

Alex Double spotted the sex-mad animals from the corner of her eye while she was on an important video call with her colleagues last week.

The 35-year-old videoed the tail-end of the romantic clinch as they clutched onto the side of her wall – directly outside her window where her desk sits.

In the video, the pair of squirrels can be seen clinging onto the roughcasting of Alex’s house in Walthamstow, East London.

One of the squirrels mounts onto the rear of the other while its back legs can be seen twitching away.

The squirrels furry friend is shown clutching onto the wall for dear life during the brazen love session.

After a few seconds of the horny squirrels giving it their best efforts, the submissive one jumps away and climbs up the wall – leaving the other behind.

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The bonking squirrels can be seen clutching onto the roughcasting.

Alex shared the hilarious clip onto Facebook the following day, writing: “Very distracted during my Zoom call yesterday.”

Since Alex shared her video, the short clip has been liked over 3,000 times and left social media users in stitches.

Sophie Teece said: “That squirrel is getting some serious nuts.”

Mah Nachtengel posted: “When the squirrels have a more interesting life than you.”

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Pictured: Alex

Harvey Clair commented: “No lie, I would have spun the camera and shared this with the meeting.

“I don’t care how important that meeting is – this content must be shared with the world.”

Speaking today, Alex said: “I was sitting at my desk in a Zoom meeting.

“These two are always running along the fence by the window.

“They jumped on the window and started s******. I was amused, thought ha I’m gonna get a snap of that, thinking for sure they’d jump away as soon as I reached for my phone.

“But as you can see they weren’t camera shy!”