Juan Manuel Santos, President of Colombia, was giving an important speech when a wet patch suddenly began to appear on the crotch of his beige trousers.
The 62-year-old, who is not known to have any illness, continued with his speech, apparently oblivious to his damp trousers.
But as he continues his address in the coastal city of Barranquilla, the wet patch increases in size.
Santos was elected President in 2010 and has since made his name as a peacemaker, stepping in to solve a political crisis in neighbouring Venezuela as well as making steps to find an end to Colombia’s own civil war.
A graduate from the London School of Economics and Harvard, in 2012 he received the Shalom Prize for his commitment to peace.
Santos, a Liberal-Conservative, will be looking to retain power when South America’s second-biggest country goes to the ballot box on May 25 – fighting off competition from former Mayor of Bogota Clara.