BBC’s transmission gets explicit interruption

06:38 PM | 10 Nov, 2017
BBC’s transmission gets explicit interruption

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.

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.

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.'