BBC Apologises After Sex Noise Was Heard In The Studio During A Live FA Cup

An FA Cup rematch between Liverpool and Wolves was interrupted by on-air sex noises, and a prankster took responsibility for the incident.
After sex sounds were audible during a live broadcast, the BBC’s press office released a statement.

The noises were heard during the pre-match build up ahead of Liverpool’s FA Cup third-round replay victory over Wolves at Molineux.

Presenter Gary Lineker was left red-faced by the incident, which appeared to be the result of a phone taped to the back of the studio set.

Lineker himself described it as a “quite amusing” sabotage, while a prankster has claimed credit for the act. There was also a quick response from the BBC, too, with a statement put out during the half-time break.

An FA Cup rematch between Liverpool and Wolves was interrupted by on-air sex noises, and a prankster took responsibility for the incident.
After sex sounds were audible during a live broadcast, the BBC’s press office released a statement.

The noises were heard during the pre-match build up ahead of Liverpool’s FA Cup third-round replay victory over Wolves at Molineux.

Presenter Gary Lineker was left red-faced by the incident, which appeared to be the result of a phone taped to the back of the studio set.

Lineker himself described it as a “quite amusing” sabotage, while a prankster has claimed credit for the act. There was also a quick response from the BBC, too, with a statement put out during the half-time break.



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