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The BBC had another mortifying gaffe on live TV

Please, BBC, not again.

NEVER WORK WITH animals, children or… robots.

That’s going to be the new motto of live TV presenters after the BBC Breakfast programme had a robot on its air earlier this week.

And it really sounded like it said “f**k you” to both presenters:

Source: H.J.A.R GF/YouTube

Another clip shows that it’s not just one video’s sound. This really happened:

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It was only a couple of weeks back that a BBC News presenter had the most Anchorman moment in TV history. What is happening at the BBC?

“F**k you, Charlie.

F**k you, Louise.”

Please, robot, not like this.

hat-tip Mirror

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