The BBC’s broadcast of Liverpool and Wolves’ FA Cup game on Tuesday ran into some trouble when a YouTube prankster played loud moaning from porn during the show. The BBC FA Cup noises prank was cleverly done with a phone hidden on the set.
The moans happened many times during the pregame show. If you've been on the internet long enough you've heard this noise before.
BBC FA Cup Noises Prank
There’s no way someone just got the sex noise text live on BBC One pic.twitter.com/W0LtPKUyf0— samalamadingdong (@5amcoek) January 17, 2023
The BBC has apologised after its live FA Cup broadcast was interrupted by a pornographic prank.Gary Lineker was presenting when he was interrupted by loud moaning noises in the studio.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) January 18, 2023
Host Gary Lineker tried to keep a straight face as the moans came in hot and fast.
After searching the studio, the culprit of the noise was discovered: an older phone that had been hidden on set.
Well, we found this taped to the back of the set. As sabotage goes it was quite amusing. pic.twitter.com/ikUhBJ38Je— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) January 17, 2023
Who could have masterminded such an evil plot? The person responsible was YouTuber prankster BMWJarvo whose actual name is Daniel Jarvis.
The YouTuber with 177k subscribers found a way to hide the phone at Molineux Stadium and then keep calling it to trigger the noises.
— Jarvo69 (Daniel Jarvis) (@BMWjarvo) January 17, 2023
He posted videos on YouTube and Twitter of his reaction while the prank happened.
The culprits behind the BBC prank pic.twitter.com/gj3bHMXYSa— The72 - We Love the #EFL (@_The72) January 17, 2023
This isn’t the first time he’s pulled some shenanigans during a soccer game. In September last year he ran onto the field while the United States men’s national team played a friendly against Saudi Arabia.
— Jarvo69 (Daniel Jarvis) (@BMWjarvo) October 3, 2022
The BBC issued an apology for the porn noises, but Lineker argued that they had nothing to be sorry about and saw the funny side of things.