PGA Championship broadcast had no idea Jon Rahm was taking a pee break in the background and fans had a field day

Jon Rahm had a rough Friday at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.

Rahm had five bogeys through the first nine holes he played in the second round, putting himself in position to potentially miss the cut to play through the weekend.

Later in the round, adding insult to injury, Rahm was caught on camera taking a pee break as Dustin Johnson lined up his shot.

While peeing on the golf course is nothing new to casual weekend players, and likely happens among pros more than fans are aware, the act is rarely caught on camera.

Unsurprisingly, people had a field day with Rahm's relief on Twitter.

It's not the first time a pro has been caught on camera in a compromising position.

Last year on the European Tour, Padraig Harrington didn't realize he was being broadcast while trying to pee until it was too late.

Read more: Pro golfer Padraig Harrington had a hilarious reaction when he realized the camera caught him trying to go pee after a shot

As things stand, Rahm is 5-over on the weekend at Bethpage Black and will need a bit of help if he's to make the cut and play through Sunday.

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FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Tiger Woods of the United States plays his shot from the fourth tee during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Tiger Woods of the United States prepares to play his shot from the rough on the first hole during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 18: Jordan Spieth of the United States falls to his knees after his shot out of the bunker on the 18th hole during the third round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 18, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Brooks Koepka of the United States lines up a putt on the 18th green as Tiger Woods of the United States looks on during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Tiger Woods of the United States peers over a deep bunkers lip as he watches his third shot on the fifth hole during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship on the Black Course at Bethpage State Park on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark plays a shot from the sixth tee during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Phil Mickelson of the United States plays a shot from the rough on the third hole during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 19: Brooks Koepka of the United States celebrates holing the winning putt to secure his one shot win in the final round of the 2019 PGA Championship on the Black Course at Bethpage State Park on May 19, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Phil Mickelson of the United States plays a shot from the rough on the third hole during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - MAY 17: Jordan Spieth of the United States plays a shot on the 12th hole during the second round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 17, 2019 in Farmingdale, New York. (Photo by Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
Matthew Fitzpatrick, of England, lines up a putt on the second green during the second round of the PGA Championship golf tournament, Friday, May 17, 2019, at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
John Daly drives up to the first tee in a golf cart during the first round of the PGA Championship golf tournament, Thursday, May 16, 2019, at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Graeme McDowell, of Northern Ireland, hits out of the bunker on the fourth hole during the first round of the PGA Championship golf tournament, Thursday, May 16, 2019, at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Alex Noren, of Sweden, checks his lie in the rough on the 16th hole during the first round of the PGA Championship golf tournament, Thursday, May 16, 2019, at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
Brooks Koepka putts on the 16th green during the first round of the PGA Championship golf tournament, Thursday, May 16, 2019, at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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