BBC’s transmission gets explicit interruption

06:38 PM | 10 Nov, 2017
BBC’s transmission gets explicit interruption
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LONDON - The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) aired lot more than its regular breakfast transmission on Friday as it aired some explicit noises as well.

The transmission that was aired at 6 AM got the attention of viewers as some 'porn noises' could be heard along with the beeper of presenter Emma Vardy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H40ZzVesRIQ

Though Vardy simply glossed over the glitch, upholding professionalism, however, the watchers spotted the 'unholy' interruption and took to micro-blogging site to take sarcastic jibe at the broadcaster for offering them a lot more than merely a breakfast transmission.

https://twitter.com/J_C_Davies/status/928866135709245440

Interestingly, the anchors sitting inside the studio Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt didn’t mention the awkward blunder.

Responding to the messages on social media, a BBC Breakfast employee said: “Hi Chris, someone nearby was playing music whilst we were live! So that's what you could hear.”

But viewers replied saying the corporation had been 'caught red handed' and added: 'We all know that wasn't music.'