Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker has laughed off the moment sex noises transmitted by a YouTube prankster disrupted the show’s live coverage. Noises from a porn clip were heard as Lineker presented pre-match build-up before the Wolves v Liverpool fixture. A frenzied studio hunt uncovered a planted mobile phone – and YouTube prankster Daniel Jarvis claimed he was behind the stunt on Tuesday’s show. The BBC apologised to any viewers who were offended. But Lineker, who later tweeted a picture of the mobile phone he said was “taped to the back of the set”, said he thought there was nothing to apologise for. Calling it a “good prank”, he said: “As sabotage goes it was quite amusing.” The prank played out as Lineker presented the programme in a studio at Wolverhampton’s Molineux Stadium alongside pundits Paul Ince and Danny Murphy. Speaking on BBC Two’s Newsnight later on Tuesday, Lineker explained that he initially thought a video had been sent to one of the pundits’ phones that they had inadvertently left switched on. But it was “too loud”, he said, and he noticed that every time the producers cut away from the studio to show a video clip, the […]
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