TV Interview Goes Awry After Viewers Spot Menacing Dildo

TV Interview Goes Awry After Viewers Spot Menacing Dildo
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A guest on BBC Wales Today program has gone viral after a large flesh-coloured dildo was spotted on her bookcase during the interview.

Yvette Amos appeared on the news show on Tuesday night to discuss the effect COVID was having on local employment rates, and how many young people had struggled to find work.

However, while Amos was being interviewed, what appeared to be a large plastic penis positioned on a rear bookshelf seemed to become the program’s primary talking point.

Check out the phallic action below:

Thankfully, viewers of the show saw the funny side, hailing the young unemployed woman a hero.

“Absolute hero, if you’ve got it flaunt it, own it and make no apologies,” tweeted one fan. While another applauded her for “keeping on top of her DIY”.

Another added: “Absolutely screamed the house down watching this live last night. Oversight or totally intentional? You decide…..”

Check out some of the social media fan mail below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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