Icelandic MPs have been caught rating how f***able their female Parliamentary colleagues are.
Six MPs, including former prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, were secretly recorded at a bar when they should have been in Parliament.
For three hours the MPs downed beers at Klaustur bar in Reykjavik mocking colleagues, including a disabled politician, and even ridiculing the #MeToo campaign.
The men in the group openly discuss which politicians they want to have sex with and mock a woman for coming forward with accusations of domestic abuse.
Bara Halldorsdotti, 42, made the recording public alongside a blog describing how disgusted she had been by the constant crude sexual remarks by the politicians.
The recording quickly went viral and has been the biggest story in Iceland since it broke last week sparking intense speculation about what was said.
The politicians, who include former Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson, former Foreign Minister Gunnar Bragi Sveinsson and female MP Anna Kolbrun Arnadottir, are facing calls to resign.
Disabled politician Freyja Haraldsdottir was called an island by the group which was a possible jibe at her wheelchair that allows her to lie flat.
She told The New York Times: The MPs dont consider what they did a violation. That is the message they send by not resigning. And it hurts as much as the actual act.
She added: My body has been on everyones lips in the past days, and I find it very uncomfortable. I wonder what impact this will have on me and other disabled people, like disabled children.
Iceland prides itself on being a society based on equality and the current PM is environmentalist Katrin Jakobsdottir.
A joint statement, on behalf of four of the politicians, said: It was not our intention to hurt anyone, and its clear that our manner of speaking at that time is inexcusable.
We are determined to learn from this and will try our utmost to be polite and respectful to our colleagues.