‘Porn noises’ interrupts BBC’s live broadcast on Brexit

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‘Porn noises’ interrupts BBC’s live broadcast on Brexit

BBC Breakfast’s live broadcast about Brexit interrupted by ‘sex noises’

What happens when you are attentively watching a political news and suddenly you start listening ‘sex noises’ in the background. That’s what happened when one of BBC Breakfast’s political correspondent who was broadcasting live outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London about Brexit negotiations was interrupted with unusual sound much to the shock of its viewers.

BBC’s political correspondent Emma Vardy who was trying to tell viewers about Theresa May found herself in a sticky situation when ‘sex noises’ could be heard while she was reporting her bulletin live on Brexit. However, Emmy controlled the horribly went wrong situation by ignoring the symphony of ‘porn noises’ that went on for almost a minute by keeping her cool and continued to report with a straight face.

Even though she ignored it, horrified viewers took to Twitter to comment on the matter.

One said: “Erm the background noise during that last interview at the Houses of Parliament! What the heck BBC!”

Another wrote: “Someone kept playing one of those videos that has sex noises on bbc breakfast while a reporter was doing a piece to camera, good job keeping a straight face,” while someone else wrote, “Saw it, genius.”

Another bemused person wrote: “Looooolllllll at someone putting the cheeky porn noise over a newsbroadcast on #bbcbreakfast this morning and fair play to the reporter for not laughing??? hahahaha xxx #funnytimes #happyfriday”.

A Twitter poster called DiscoBoy took responsibility for the incident. He wrote:

‘Porn noises’ interrupts BBC’s live broadcast on Brexit

He later uploaded a video on YouTube that show him getting prepared to play porn sounds via a large loud speaker while sneaking up on the live BBC broadcast.

After the report, BBC Breakfast presenters Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt, who were back in the studio didn’t mention the strange background noises. However, the show’s Twitter account chose to respond to the queries by saying that noises had been played out loud by an opportunist bystander.

They wrote: “Someone nearby was playing music whilst we were live! So that’s what you could hear.”

A BBC spokesman told Mail Online: “The interruption was beyond our control and our reporter remained professional throughout.”

Source: Mail Online

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