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Busted! BBC Employee Caught Watching Adult Movie on Air
10 August 2017, 01:22 | Erma Lawrence
A BBC worker was wearing his headphones and was slumped in his chair as he watched the scene
Viewers watching the BBC'snews at 10, which broadcast live around the nation, were exposed to a topless woman with her boobs out. While that incident is fresh in our memories, there comes another red-faced moment for the channel as they accidentally played a "porn video" live.
While newsreader Sophie Raworth talked us through the latest cricket news, she was blissfully unaware of what was going on behind her.
Presenter Sophie Raworth had absolutely no idea a saucy scene was being shown on a screen behind her on Monday evening (August 7).
The scene of the video played in the background of presenter believed to be from an action movie and the female in the video was trying to striptease a man sitting in front of her. Right over Raworth's shoulder you can spot a BBC staffer wearing headphones and watching a scene from a movie that shows a woman taking off her bra to expose her goods.
Last night a TV source said: "This has gone down like a lead balloon at the BBC".
One of the Facebook users jokingly expressed frustration over his "fail expectations" - he allegedly assumed the video was about the news anchor herself.
Another person added: "Did I just see boobs on the News at Ten?". It is totally unprofessional.
"The employee is on borrowed time when bosses catch up with him".
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