liverpool beat tuesday night wolverhamptonIn a duel corresponding to the third round of the FA Cup. In the run-up to this match, a curious moment occurred on the BBC that immediately turned the world around.
Gary Lineker, a renowned former English striker, shared a panel with Paul Ince and Danny Murphy, where they exchanged views on what would happen for this match. However, seriousness and analysis took a back seat as moans broke out in the BBC broadcast, interrupting Lineker.
The former British footballer couldn’t stop laughing as the cameras focused on him: “I’m not sure where these voices are coming from”, expressed Lineker in the air, who had to give the floor to Alan Shearer at such an unusual moment. Later, on his social networks, Gary explained that the sabotage was fun and shared a mobile image from which everything happened.
Following the incident, the BBC issued a statement apologizing to its entire audience: “We apologize to all viewers who were offended during live coverage of tonight’s game. We are investigating what happened.”they wrote.
British YouTuber, Daniel Jarvin was the author of the joke that landed the BBC in trouble. In social networks he is located as “Jarvo69”. Daniels left a phone at the television studio where Lineker and his crew were, Later he made a remote call and thus activated the call that people are talking about now. Jarvin has been banned from sporting events in England and Wales for two years after he obstructed player Jonny Bairstow in a cricket match between India and England in September 2021.