Liverpool and Wolverhampton were locking horns in a match of the FA Cup on Thursday, the 17th of January. Apart from the action of the match, there was something else during the live coverage of BBC that immediately went viral on social media and drew embarrassment for the official broadcasters of the FA Cup.
The BBC had to issue an apology as the pornographic noises happened to interrupt the coverage of the match between Liverpool and Wolves. The noises could be heard in a high volume when official host Gary Lineker was in a conversation with fellow commentator Alan Shearer.
"I don't know who's making that noise," said Lineker laughingly.
"Somebody's sending something on someone's phone, I think. I don't know whether you heard it at home," he added later.
Later on, former England striker Lineker took to his Twitter to handle to let the fans know about the incident.
"Somebody's sending something on someone's phone, I think. I don't know whether you heard it at home," tweeted Lineker.
Well, we found this taped to the back of the set. As sabotage goes it was quite amusing. 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ikUhBJ38Je— Gary Lineker 💙💛 (@GaryLineker) January 17, 2023
Here's a look at the official apology from BBC:
“We apologise to any viewers offended during the live coverage of the football this evening. We are investigating how this happened.” - BBC spokesperson— BBC Press Office (@bbcpress) January 17, 2023
Meanwhile, Daniel Jarvis aka Jarvo, a self-proclaimed YouTube prankster said that he was the actual one behind the entire incident and prank.
"Somebody's sending something on someone's phone, I think. I don't know whether you heard it at home," tweeted Jarvo on his Twitter handle with a video.
Speaking of the match between Liverpool and Wolves, the latter dominated the match but it was Liverpool that crossed the finishing line in the end. Liverpool won the match by 1-0 courtesy of the field goal from Harvey Elliott in the 13th minute of the match.
Now, Liverpool will take on Chelsea on the 21st of January at their home ground Anfield in Liverpool.