ByStephen Patterson, writer at
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Stephen Patterson

It's not unusual for employees to get caught doing something they shouldn't be doing while at work. Let's face it: it's something we can all relate to, it's happened to all of us. Whether it be using your phone during office hours or checking our latest Facebook updates, we're all guilty of a little workplace indiscretion from time to time. However, it's highly likely that our little indiscretions have never been televised for the whole nation (or the world) to see.

This nightmare became a reality for one BBC employee when he was caught watching a steamy sex scene during a live broadcast on BBC News at 10. Check out the video below:

The live news program is shown on the U.K. channel at 10pm each night, giving viewers a quick round of the biggest stories of the moment. However viewers got more than they bargained for the employee was seen watching a steamy scene on a company computer. The screen can be seen in the video above behind news host Sophie Raworth who clearly has no idea what's going on behind her. However, eagle eyed viewers caught the footage of a woman in a state of undress.

The scene has since gone viral and has been viewed on YouTube almost 976,000 times. It certainly gives a whole new meaning to a news exposé, that's for sure!

What do you make of this exposing BBC news report? Tell us below.

(Source: Buzzfeed)


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