"Why can't it just be normal?" Radio listeners preparing for Nicola Sturgeon's coronavirus update hear a buggy technician say the F-word 15 times while struggling with broadcast
- The frustrated Tay FM employee crashed during the First Minister's coronavirus update
- He had tried broadcasting broadcasts from Holyrood, Scotland earlier today
- The radio station has since apologized to both the listeners and the SNP manager
Radio listeners prepared for Nicola Sturgeon's coronavirus update were shocked to hear a buggy technician turn the air blue instead.
The frustrated Tay FM employee got upset during the First Minister's Coronavirus update today when he attempted to air the broadcast from Holyrood, Scotland.
He wasn't aware that his frantic chatter was being passed on live on air when it broke out with a range of explosives.
In the clip you can hear the SNP manager starting her speech in the background before being interrupted with the unexpected broadcast.
A male technician says, “Ah, damn it. Why don't they share it on their Twitter stream?
“I don't know how to do anything, and I've already started this damn thing. F ***, f ***, f ***, f ***!
& # 39; F ***, f ***, f ***, f ***, f ***! Why is it so stressful?
“Why can't it just be normal? Oh my god. & # 39;
He later added, “I live to like 2,000 people and I have nothing to show because they moved the screen.
"And the thing you moved so I couldn't connect to … What should I do?"
Radio listeners prepared for Nicola Sturgeon's coronavirus update were shocked to hear a buggy technician turn the air blue instead
Tay FM, part of the Bauer Media group, has since posted an apology on his Twitter account.
It read: “We apologize wholeheartedly to the audience and to the First Scottish Minister for the inappropriate language broadcast by a member of the digital production team on a Bauer Media Scotland Facebook Live this afternoon.
& # 39; This was due to human error and the content was removed immediately.
"Additional processes are being put in place to make sure this doesn't happen again."
Tay FM, part of the Bauer Media group, has since posted an apology on his Twitter account
But listeners could see the funny side when they drove onto social media in droves to shed some light on the situation.
One user wrote: & # 39; The poor guy at TayFM left his microphone waiting for the first ministers' daily updates.
"I hope he's not worried, we're all human [sic]."
But listeners could see the funny side when they drove onto social media in droves to shed some light on the situation
Another commented: & # 39; OMG Nicola Sturgeon's COVID-19 update, as reported on Tay FM, was a sucker.
“The poor guy definitely had a bad day in the office. Stay safe and always turn off your microphone. & # 39;
And a third added, "The tay fm person who fucks the coveted live stream and swears loads without knowing we can hear it was so damn funny."