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TV reporter accidentally broadcasts naked man at home

/ 05:31 PM April 21, 2020
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With broadcasters among those who have to work from home, some mistakes are bound to happen.

Such was the case for one reporter from Sacramento, California, in the US who accidentally included a naked man—presumably her husband—in a live telecast from home.

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KCRA reporter Melinda Meza was filming in her bathroom for a live segment on haircuts last Friday, April 17. Apparently she failed to notice that the reflection of someone showering could be seen in the frame.

A screengrab of the live TV report has drawn amusement on Twitter, with over 162,000 likes on the social media platform.

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Meanwhile, a YouTube video of the revealing oversight has gained over 760,000 views since it was posted on Friday.

“Yeah…might wanna do the telecast in the living room or private office. No one wants to see your man showering, boo,” said Twitter user @RHeightsFinest.

“That’s a lotta junk….. on the counter,” commented Twitter @USA_For_Can.

Meza has yet to comment on the matter.  /ra

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