F-Bombs Away In Rant On British Radio Station
September 28, 2007 at 11:11 AM (PT)
SOPHIE DAVIDSON, a British radio host, let loose with an expletive-laiden outburst that was broadcast during a news bulletin for HEAT RADIO, reports U.K.'s DAILY MAIL. In just a few handful of seconds, DAVIDSON crammed in a staggering seven variations on the f-word after a technology blunder.
And, to make matters worse, the clip was broadcast the day after the station, a spin-off of BRITAIN's most popular celebrity magazine HEAT, was re-launched. The recording, part of a pre-recorded entertainment news bulletin, was never meant to be broadcast. But, much to DAVIDSON's embarrassment, it was accidently played to listeners tuned into the digital radio station.
DAVIDSON is heard trying making a link to a clip, which failed to play. The audience then heard her shout, "Aaaaagh. F***, f***, f***, f***. "You f*****g b******s, it's 'cos I can't f***ing print out my f***ing script."
She then laughs before adding: "Okay, it's fine, it's fine."
It is unclear if any staff face any disciplinary action.