Match of the Day host Gary Lineker laughed just as sexual noise broadcast from a YouTube prank interrupted the show’s live broadcast. There was a noise heard about a porn clip while Lineker presented the preview presentation. Pre-match play ahead of Wolves v Liverpool. A frantic search of the studio found a hidden cell phone and YouTube prankster Daniel Jarvis claimed he was behind the hack on Tuesday’s broadcast.
The BBC apologized to offended viewers. But Lineker, who later tweeted a photo of the mobile phone which he said was “taped to the back of the TV”, said, he thinks there are no objections. Sorry for. He called it a “good joke” and said, “As far as the sabotage goes, it was pretty funny.” The joke unfolded when Lineker hosted the show in a Molineux studio stadium in Wolverhampton.
Along with experts Paul Ince and Danny Murphy speaking to BBC Two’s News night later on Tuesday, Lineker explained that she initially thought the video had been accidentally sent to one of the experts’ phones. Although the account was left unintentionally. But it was “too loud.” he said, noting that every time producers left the studio to show a video clip. The noise stopped immediately.
So he argued that it must be someone watching TV who activated them remotely. When asked by News night how loud the sound effect was in the studio, the announcer said he couldn’t hear what any of the producers were saying into their headphones, making it “pretty difficult” to proceed with preamp -Playmaking.
At one point he had to explain to viewers what he thought was happening by saying, “I think someone is texting something on someone’s phone. “I see I know not if you heard it at home.” Once coverage of the game itself began. The studio knew they had a solid 45 minutes off-air before Lineker and the experts returned with a detailed search and began to discuss the action of the first half.
It wasn’t long before Lineker was able to share the statement on Twitter. As he shared a picture of a cell phone on Twitter and three laughing emojis next to the words: “Well, we found this taped to the back of the TV.”
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.
The BBC issued an official statement, which read: “We apologize to viewers who were offended during tonight’s live football broadcast. A spokesman also confirmed that the BBC is investigating the incident. Within an hour later, Lineker went offline on BBC One and appeared on BBC Two to discuss what had happened on Newsnight. He said he could see the funny side and asked why the BBC aired an apology. “We certainly have nothing [to regret],” told Kirsty Wark from the BBC as she drove back from the FA Cup match. “If you had told me this morning that I was going to speak about a porn scandal on Newsnight tonight,” she added, laughing, “I would have been scared. “The Incident was not lost on viewers, and clips of the moment were shared on social media Tuesday night. YouTube scammer Daniel Jarvis claimed he was behind the stunt and posted a video on Twitter that appears to have been was to see him in Molineux. Jarvis was given a suspended sentence last October after he was charged with an incident in which he collided with English cricketer Jonny Bairstow while thrashing around at the Oval Field in south London during the friendly event. He was found guilty of aggravated trespassing.
He was sentenced to an eight-week prison sentence, suspended for two years, and was banned from attending sports venues in England for two years and Wales excluded. He was also banned from traveling abroad for 12 months and underwent rehabilitation.