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Local newsreader says 'f***ing s**t'... on his first day

You’ll want to put your headphones on if you’re in an office.

SO IT WAS aspiring news anchor AJ Clemente’s first day on the job at a local news station in North Dakota.

He had to introduce himself to viewers, helped by co-anchor Van Tieu.

Sadly, he managed to say “f**king s**t” within his first few seconds on air:


He’s also “used to being from the East Coast, apparently”.

KFYR-TV later wrote on its Facebook page:

He did not realize his microphone was on, but still, that’s no excuse. WE train our reporters to always assume that any microphone is live at any time. Unfortunately, that was not enough in this case. WE can’t take back what was said. The person involved has been suspended until we resolve the situation.

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