Properly, okay then
If you happen to occurred to be watching the BBC on Tuesday to get their newest takes on Wolves vs. Liverpool within the FA Cup you have been handled to one thing a bit … completely different.
Sure , sure that’s intercourse noises dwell on bbc1… pic.twitter.com/6eACdrM1dg
— Pinder (@PINDERLFC94) January 17, 2023
The sounds begin slowly, as if one may ponder whether or not these are strains getting crossed or a mistake within the sales space — however then the groaning and moaning intensifies. “By jove, I feel somebody is getting a proper rodgering on the BBC,” I presume somebody mentioned whereas watching the published.
It was all of the crew may do to maintain it collectively as finest they may. Host Gary Lineker merely mentioned “we don’t know the place that sound is coming from,” earlier than pivoting to the climate and throwing away whereas including “it’s toasty on this studio.”
Throughout a break the perpetrator was discovered.
Properly, we discovered this taped to the again of the set. As sabotage goes it was fairly amusing. pic.twitter.com/ikUhBJ38Je
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 17, 2023
I’ve by no means seen a prank look a lot like a bomb, however right here we’re. Evidently the cellphone’s ringtone was set to the sounds of a intercourse act, and as soon as planted all it wanted was a phonecall from outdoors the studio to make it attain its climax.