‘BBC’ apologizes for objectionable voice during coverage of football match

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The disruption disrupted coverage being presented by former England striker Gary Lineker ahead of the match between Wolverhampton and Liverpool at the Molineux Stadium on Tuesday. Lineker later posted a picture of a mobile phone on Twitter and said it was “hidden behind a set” inside the stadium.

London. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has apologized for the issue of offensive noises during the live broadcast of an FA Cup match. It appears that the voices may have come from a mobile phone hidden in the studio by someone. The disruption disrupted coverage being presented by former England striker Gary Lineker ahead of the match between Wolverhampton and Liverpool at the Molineux Stadium on Tuesday. Lineker later posted a picture of a mobile phone on Twitter and said it was “hidden behind a set” inside the stadium.

Lineker said: “There was noise during the broadcast which was quite amusing.” Apologies for that.” A YouTube prankster named “Jarvo” tweeted that he was behind the stunt. He posted a video in which he can be seen making a similar sound while calling the alleged phone.

Jarvo’s real name is Daniel Jarvis. He was banned for two years from all sporting events in England and Wales in October after running onto the pitch and clashing with England batsman Jonny Bairstow during a cricket Test match between England and India in September 2021.

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