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Video: OMG! This Pak news anchor did an obscene gesture during news bulletin on Asia Cup; Twitterati said, ‘what a crazy moment!’

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 24 September 2018, 12:51 IST

You all have seen various hilarious visuals of news anchors during news live, however, which gets edited but their uncut visuals can be seen online. Can you imagine if these unedited visuals went on air during live then how it will become embarrassing for an anchor? Well, such kind of an embarrassing incident has happened with a Pakistani news anchor during the news bulletin.

Yes, Pak news anchor was caught on camera while doing obscene gesture during a news bulletin on Pakistan vs Afghanistan Asia Cup cricket match. The anchor thought he is off-air and started showing his middle finger uncontrollably toward the camera. Alas! His whole activity got captured on camera and went on air as well. However, he was not aware that his gesture went on air. When he and the female news anchor come to know the whole thing went on-air, they both get embarrassed.

The video of the Pak anchor went viral on the social media and blooper was making news on the social media platform. In the video, he can be seen showing his middle finger (an obscene gesture) because of this video, the social media has been flooded with several shocking reactions.

The video has been shared on social media by journalist Syed Raza Mehdi. He took to Twitter and wrote, 'When panel producer is in so much hurry to switch!!! RIP Journalism'

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However, some users made fun of it while some criticised the vulgar gesture of the journalist.

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How do you feel after watching the blunder did by news anchor? Comment.

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Also read: Asia Cup 2018: Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, India's second successful opening pair in ODIs

First published: 24 September 2018, 12:35 IST
 
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