BBC & Sky News TV Journos Make Same X-Rated Blunder On-Air

BBC & Sky News TV Journos Make Same X-Rated Blunder On-Air
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With all the hullabaloo around the UK’s political situation at the moment, British journos have been kept very busy trying to keep the public informed on every movement, including whether or not Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle would see Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt hold onto his position.

Funnily enough, it’s proven a bit tricky for two TV journalists – one from the BBC and the other from Sky News – to pronounce Hunt’s surname on camera, making the same X-rated Freudian slip on the same day.

Check them out in all their hilarity below.

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