2024 is only a few days away We had the first storm and with it the classic weather problem.
Storm Henk has hit the UK with heavy rain and strong winds, causing travel chaos and flooding.
Radio listeners have been texting stations about their experiences throughout Storm Henk country.
However, a Newsbeat listener sent a message that could be misinterpreted.
X World, formerly known as Twitter, certainly laughed at the message that was read live on its news feed earlier today.
Television broadcaster and critic Scott Bryant realized the mistake and posted a short clip of the golden moment on his social media account.
“Oh my gosh, this is a message from a Newsbeat listener about Storm Henk,” he said, sharing the rerun portion of the program.
'[One listener] “He said he was very late for work today,” the reporter announced before reading the letter, adding, “Henk hit me so hard I couldn’t stand up.”
Yes. Really happy birthday.
Everyone started laughing in the comments section when user
“Of course there has to be wind,” @marcbarry said, suspecting the listener in question knew that. definitely What your message entails at the time of delivery.
“I can't believe I missed Hink's outburst,” @KrisWhoTweets joked, while @cbelfield responded with a laughing meme of Kevin Malone from the US office.
With Christmas just around the corner, another blunder occurred live on BBC television that won't soon be forgotten.
It all happened when BBC presenter Maryam Moshiri showed her middle finger live on air.
Maryam later apologized for this mistake and joked with some team members, explaining that she was jokingly counting down the bulletin and not waiting for the moment of its publication.
“We are live from BBC London, this is BBC News,” Maryam continued, her face completely frowning.
The footage that preceded the incident was leaked a week later, and showed that the legendary moment was exactly as Maryam remembered it; The countdown was a joke, albeit a risky one.
He wrote on the To the air. It was supposed to be a special laugh.
Just yesterday, a BBC presenter said the word “s**t” seven times in less than a minute during an interview with the Home Secretary.
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