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British Radio Show ‘Funky Sensation’ Accidentally Plays Gay Porn Soundtrack

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By HVnews on February 21, 2012


On Saturday the 18th, around 7 p.m., British radio station Jazz FM’s Funky Sensation show (yes, really) was replaced by something a little funkier: several minutes of moaning, grunting, screaming and (we can only assume) cheesy ’70s humpin’ music.

“Unfortunately we had an unauthorised access to the live feed on Jazz FM on Saturday 18th February at 7.15pm (local time) which resulted in a highly regrettable incident,” Jazz FM’s head of programming, Mike Vitti, told News.com.au Tuesday.

“Unauthorized access”? Um, how exactly does that happen? Did some troll replace Kind of Blue with a DVD of Everybody Does Raymond? Did a DJ bring a “special guest” into the booth and leave the mic on?

Jazz FM says it plans to issue an on-air apology, but added, “Please accept our profound and sincere apologies for any offense that may have been caused and rest assured we have taken steps to ensure that there will be no repeat of this incident.”

Sounds like they took a cue from this Utah dad, who tried to play a Smurfs DVD at his child’s birthday party but projected porn instead. Blue balls, all around.

 


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