THAILAND - Pheu Thai deputy spokesperson Sunisa Lertphakwat used an LG TV of the same model that is used in the parliamentary assembly hall as part of the demonstration.
She shared an image from an iPhone onto the LG LED TV in front of reporters at Pheu Thai head office to prove an iPhone could share images in this way, using a Wi-Fi link.
On April 18, during a televised debate on constitutional amendment, large display screens inside the parliament briefly showed a picture of a woman in a lewd pose.
Around the same time, Democrat MP Nutt Bantadtan was seen viewing a pornographic photo on his iPhone (smart phone).
Nutt later apologised, saying he was simply checking pictures sent to his phone. An earlier investigation by a committee of the House Secretariat found that an iPhone and iPad could not share photos on the LG TV because the TV would require the iPhone and iPad users to key in a password.
The investigation was carried out by technicians from CAT Telecom, who used Android OS smart phones with the Samsung brand.
But Sunisa alleged the test by an investigation team was inaccurate because LG TVs could receive photos from an iPhone after it had installed an application called iMedia Share 4.1.
She alleged that LG Electronics' head office in Korea had instructed its Thai office not to give information to the investigative team on how to share photos from an iPhone to TVs.
Sunisa said the use of iMedia Share to display photos from an iPhone to an LG TV did not require any password either.
During the display, Sunisa used a picture of Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva donning a hat made of condoms, which was taken when he was prime minister.
Earlier, the investigative committee closed its investigation, saying LG Electronics had ruled it had no way to check which mobile phone sent the picture to the TV.
In another development, a well-known Buddhist monk, Wachira Methi, warned MPs against behaving improperly.
The monk said politicians were required to have a higher standard of ethics than the community as people could imitate their behaviour.