“Excuse me,” he says, before turning his microphone off.
When the “teacher” responds, he then mutes his mic and asks her what page he’s supposed to be on. Somehow, the teacher seems to hear what he says and promptly answers him.
“Uh, page 172,” she says.
The user then thanks her — again with both his microphone and camera off — and she replies, “You’re welcome.”
The TikTok has since been viewed over 40 million times, freaking out thousands of users in the process.
“NOOOOO PLEASE I SAY TOO MANY STRANGE THINGS,” one user wrote.
“This can’t be true,” another added.
“Nah this cant be true this gotta be planned,” a third surmised.
Others argued that the interaction was most likely staged.
“Not people thinking this is real,” one quipped.
“I’m thinking he might be joined on two devices,” a second suggested.
So I started a winter session so ig videos are back 🤷♂️🤷♂️♬ original sound – Mic Mute Man ☻
All of this is to say that, while @shokshooter’s videos might be part of an elaborate stunt to prank viewers, you should still probably be careful of what you say when you’re on a video call.
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