VIRAL! Sexual Voices Heard During LIVE Broadcast Ahead Of FA Cup Match: BBC Issues Apology To Its Viewers-WATCH VIDEO!

Gary Lineker later tweeted a picture of a phone, which he said was taped to the back of the set in an apparent act of Sabotage

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VIRAL! Sexual Voices Heard During LIVE Broadcast Ahead Of FA Cup Match: BBC Issues Apology To Its Viewers-WATCH VIDEO!
BBC reporter was left red-faced during his live coverage of an FA Cup tie between Wolves and Liverpool which was plagued by a pornographic prank on Tuesday evening in the UK. Following the bizarre incident, Gary Lineker who was anchoring live build-up to the reply match at the Molineux Stadium was interrupted by what apparently sounded like sex noises coming from the studio. 

Gary tried to control the situation while speaking to Alan Shearer, and pointed out that “toasty in this studio” and “it’s a bit noisy” before the sound eventually disappeared.


The former England player was left embarrassed by the voices in the studio, joking to fellow presenter Alan Shearer: “I don’t know who’s making that noise … It’s toasty in this studio, it’s a bit noisy as well. I don’t know if somebody is sending something on someone’s phone if it’s a joke. I don’t know whether you heard it at home.”

Post the repeated interruptions, he turned to pundit Danny Murphy and smirked: “Will you stop making those noises, Danny.” However, Murphy replied with a negative and said that “it’s not me.”

Gary Lineker later tweeted a picture of a phone, which he said was taped to the back of the set in an apparent act of Sabotage. 


“Nothing to moan about, I guess,” he added in another tweet with a screenshot of the BBC’s coverage trending on Twitter.

Later, Daniel Jarvis, a YouTube comedian claimed that he was behind the prank via a tweet and posted a video of him showing calling the phone to sabotage the live coverage in an attempt to activate the sexual calls. 

However, BBC wasn’t amused by the prank and had to issue an apology which read: “We apologize to any viewers offended during the live coverage of the football this evening."


The YouTuber was banned in October from all sporting events in England and Wales for two years after running onto the pitch during a cricket test match between England and India in September 2021 and barging into England batter Jonny Bairstow.

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