Woman Drops Pants And Urinates During TV Reporter’s Live Cross

Woman Drops Pants And Urinates During TV Reporter’s Live Cross
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As they say, when ya got to go, ya got to go.

And that was certainly the case during a live TV broadcast on CNN in California yesterday.

An unnamed reporter for the broadcaster was reporting from what appears to be Venice Beach about an increase in coronavirus cases amongst the local populace.

It’s not entirely sure why the reporter chose to report from the beach, but she was soon interrupted by a woman in the background who was clearly overcome with a desperate call of nature.

The woman drops her pants and precedes to urinate behind the reporter who, thankfully, remains oblivious of the shennagians unfolding.

The coverage quickly returns to a blonde woman in the studio – presumably the program’s anchor – who’s muddled face quickly gives away the doom unfolding.

If you must, check out the moist proceedings below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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