Anthony Weiner sexting messages may not be out of the spotlight just yet, but the 'cubicle guy' that photo bombed the New York City mayoral candidate.
During the Tuesday press conference held at the Gay Men's Health Crisis headquarters in New York, Jeff McKinney, a reporter for New York's WOR Radio stood behind a cubicle directly behind, Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin.
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As Wiener told the public and reporters "I want to bring my vision to the people of the city of New York. I hope they are willing to still continue to give me a second chance," the twitter world were sounding off with endless jokes.
The awkward moment became a internet spectacle of laughs as people tweeted that McKinney resembled Mr. Wilson from the '90s television show "Home Improvement," Bill West tweeted, "The guy behind the cubicle at this press conference is cracking me up for some reason. He's Wilson from Home Improvement."
When Weiner's wife spoke to the reporters saying, "I love him, I have forgiven him, I believe in him," and the sexting is "between us," the jokes kept coming, Josh Robin tweeted, "Weiner and Huma: this is behind us. So, unfortunately, is this guy over the cubicle."
The public grew with a profound infatuation with "Cubicle Guy" so much tweeting:
Kai Ryssdal tweeted, "Did Cubicle Guy just wave?!"
Did "Cubicle Guy" save Weiner's campaign?