A rugby league fan incredibly broke into the BBC’s commentary box during a match to launch an X-rated rant demanding the air conditioning be turned down.
The Bradford Bulls were up against Workington Town when the supporter crashed the area where live radio was being broadcast.
And he was heard saying, “The air conditioner is making a bloody noise. You turn them off.”
Commenting on what was happening next to him, the commentator then said: “Something’s going on here. I’m not sure what’s going on. I apologize for this interruption. It’s live radio.
The fan then accused what appeared to be a security guard for “assaulting” him.
But the BBC commentator is starting to see the funny side as he chuckles before adding: “There’s an intruder in the comment box.”
And the clip then ends with the supporter exclaiming again, “He’s attacking me. He physically attacked me there!”
After the incident, the commentator increased Twitter to describe the remarkable scene.
He said: “In my 13 seasons of broadcasting #RugbyLeague live on radio I have never seen a supporter break into the comment box and ask for the air conditioning to be turned down.
“Sorry for any obscenity you may have heard earlier today.”
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Reacting to the audio clip, one social media user hilariously said: “On a positive note, it’s nice to see fans behind Bradford’s zero carbon plans.”
While another added: “What on earth is going on 😂.”
The Bradford Bulls won the match convincingly with a 48:18 victory.
After trailing 8-6 at half-time, the home side came back after the break and sealed an impressive result.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5953741/rugby-league-fan-breaks-into-commentary-box/ A rugby league fan breaks into the comment box to demand the air conditioning be turned off in an X-rated rant