Fellow MP Claude DeBellefeuille, of the Bloc Quebecois party, pointed out Amos’ indiscretion during the question period.
“We have seen a member during question period improperly dressed. That is, unclothed. So perhaps remind the members, especially the male members, that suits and ties are appropriate,” said DeBellefeuille in French, according to the parliamentary translator.
“We have seen that the member was in very good shape, but I think this member should be reminded of what is appropriate and to control his camera.
Speaker of the House Anthony Rota responded to DeBellefeuille: “I would like to thank the honorable member for her observations,” said Rota. “I missed that.”
Amos then posted an apology on his Twitter account.
“I sincerely apologize to all my colleagues in the House. It was an honest mistake + it won’t happen again.”
Amos is a member of the Liberal Party of Canada, which is led by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
CNN has contacted Amos and the Prime Minister’s office for comment.
In June 2020 the Canadian parliament saw another controversy after the leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party, Jagmeet Singh, was made to leave the building after calling another politician “racist.”
Singh made the accusation in the House of Commons after Alain Therrien, from the Bloc Québécois party, declined to support a motion calling on parliament to acknowledge the existence of systemic racism in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police force.
Bloc Québécois tweeted to address the exchange and urged Singh to apologize for his remarks, which they said “tarnished” Therrien’s reputation.