BBC Employee Caught Watching Sex Scene During Live Television – VIDEO

What an epic fail by BBC. During a live broadcast a BBC employee was caught watching a sex scene on a computer behind the television prompter.

This went down during an episode of BBC’s News at Ten. Sophie Raworth was speaking and looking into the camera when you can see a BBC employee sitting his chair, wearing headphones and watching a girl get topless while standing above a man. Her breasts are able to be seen eventually.

Watch the video.

BBC Employee Looking at Tits Live on TV

It appears to be an action film. Still, not a good look for BBC.

Twitter exploded as you might expect.

More per Daily Mail:

The actress was wearing a black jumper while standing over a man during the clip which could be seen on Monday evening. 

In what is believed to be an action movie, she then removed her bra to reveal her breasts during the striptease.

A television source told The Sun: ‘This has gone down like a lead balloon at the BBC. It is totally unprofessional.

‘It beggars belief a sex scene should be played live on air. The employee is on borrowed time when bosses catch up with him.’ 

Viewer Lyndsey Robinson noticed the man watching the clip and posted a video of it on her Facebook page and wrote: ‘Did anyone else notice news last night on BBC??? 

‘Thought I was seeing things…but just re-wached On iplayer…nope I definitly saw what I thought I had.’ 

The BBC said it is investigating the incident. 

It’s been a tough year for the mainstream media. On a brighter note at least people were actually entertained by something on the mainstream news.

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