Hidden cameras, hidden secrets or hidden agendas? Twitter's new meme fodder is as hilarious as the unfolding sequence of events at the polling booths set up to vote for the posts of chairman and deputy chairman of the Senate.
Led by PPP's Raza Rabbani, a special Senate session got noisy on Friday as the senator claimed that "secret cameras" had been installed inside the polling booth. "This is against Article 226 of the Constitution," he said, as the House resounded with cries of "shame, shame".
Following this, Information Minister Shibli Faraz addressed a press conference and vowed to investigate the incident and "expose" the opposition. If the government wished to make such moves, it would have done so during the Senate polls, he claimed.
"Even though they are thieves, they want to portray themselves as the victims. We will uncover who was behind this. How did they know that cameras were present? They did it themselves," he said.
Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar of the PPP posted pictures of the cameras.
In the meantime, Twitter has run wild with memes and jokes about secret cameras.
Some called the whole situation a comedy of errors
Others think Fawad Chaudhry is helping the opposition Google some stuff
Some just wanted answers
Some thought they knew the source of the cameras
Others wanted a wave
All the cameras saw was patriotism
Maybe there was another purpose for them?
The government had some conflicting views