Isn’t it common sense to never look up porn on your work computer? Rhode Island state representative Ramon Perez apparently wasn’t aware. The Democrat distributed a handout at a recent presentation, and it featured a screenshot with open pornography tabs featuring words like “teen” and “milf.” Whoops!

Once the tabs were noticed, a clerk for the committee rounded up the documents. Ramon apologized on Facebook, and said that the screengrab was not from his computer, but rather that it had been given to him by someone else. He declined to name the supposed guilty party and distributed a new handout without porn tabs.

(He also shared an excuse on Facebook and frankly, we are much more offended by his mishandling of grammar than the actual mishap.)

While the man may just be into some teen and milf porn here and there, we’re going to try to give him the benefit of the doubt. So here are a few reasonable explanations for having X-rated porn tabs open in his browser…

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1. Maybe the screenshot really was from an intern’s computer? Perhaps one of his children had some fun on dad’s laptop? Maybe a friend used his computer to pleasure himself?

2. Maybe the tabs were just pop-ups or spam?

3. Maybe he was set up by Republicans? Did a rival sneak onto his computer and type in the porn sites? Did they rig the handouts to say what they said? Were they trying to embarrass the f**k out of Perez and ruin his reputation? If so, job well done.

4. Perhaps a political leaker is responsible for the mishap? Perez may have looked up milf tits and teen sex in privacy, but the infamous leaker was able to dig up his online moves and show them off to everyone.

5. Maybe Perez was doing work-related research on the porn industry and forgot to close those bad boys before the screenshot was taken?

For his part, Perez swears he’s not a creep: “I am not a pervert. I made a big mistake of trusting too much in people,” Perez told colleagues on the floor as he denied looking at pornography online. “I know that people don’t believe me here. They say that’s the excuse everybody makes, oh, it was somebody else.”

Hey Ramon, it could be worse. You could be Anthony Weiner.