Reporter Hilariously Caught Uttering ‘F**k My Life’ On Air As She Fumbles Lines
By Izza Sofia, 06 Aug 2020
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A news reporter from Australian network Channel 9 captured how people would react in unprecedented situations when no one is watching.
Lana Murphy was doing a piece to camera for Melbourne’s bulletin when she fumbled over her words. She immediately stopped and muttered, “F**k my life,” with a little chuckle at the end.
The feed then cut back to newsreader Alicia Loxley in the studio. She quickly moved on and apologized to viewers for the “bad language.”
“Clearly this should have not gone to air, and we are sorry for the mistake,” she explained.
Murphy took to Twitter to explain that the wrong version of a pre-recorded cross made it to air, instead of the clip without the profanities. However, people seemed to be obsessed with the one featuring the blunder. “I don’t know mate, I reckon the right version made it to air, thanks for the chuckle,” a user tweeted.
Thanks for the love friends & apologies to those who got more than they bargained for on @9NewsMelb. Unfortunately the wrong version (clearly) of a pre-record made it to air but thankfully I have a great boss and I’ll be back on your screens tomorrow. 2020 though am I right? 🤷🏼♀️— Lana Murphy (@LanaMurphy) August 4, 2020
I dunno mate, I reckon the RIGHT version mate it to air, thanks for the chuckle. #CovidComedy— Simon Pollock (@gtvone) August 4, 2020
With all the negative news the last few months, this was a shining light and I needed it. Thank you Lana— Peter Hooley (@PeterHooley12) August 4, 2020
Hey Lana, I’m sure you have been told this before, but you just said what 6 million Victorians were thinking . Don’t stress lol— Larry O (@Moconnno) August 4, 2020
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