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Revealed: Serial pitch-invading prankster was behind the ‘porn noises’ that drowned out Match of the Day – as Gary Lineker says he found it funny and doesn’t know why the BBC has apologised

  • BBC’s coverage of Wolves’ game with Liverpool was interrupted by porn noises
  • The BBC bosses could not figure out where the explicit noises were coming from
  • The sounds continued in the BBC studio for over 10 minutes ahead of kick-off
  • Gary Lineker finally managed to find a hidden mobile phone playing the noises
  • A Youtuber claims to be behind prank and has video of him calling hidden mobile

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A prankster and serial pitch invader has admitted to being behind the loud porn noises that left Gary Lineker and his co-hosts red faced during the BBC ‘s coverage of the FA Cup.

Shortly after the Match of the Day’s coverage for Liverpool’s replay at Wolves started the embarrassing moaning noises began, leaving the pundits visibly confused.

The broadcaster cut away for a pre-match interview with Jurgen Klopp, but after returning to the studio the noises continued to disrupt the show for around 10 minutes.

Youtuber Daniel Jarvis claims responsibility for the porn noises and has posted a video of himself making calls to a hidden phone in the BBC’s studio.

While Lineker told Newsnight that he found the prank funny but doesn’t know why the BBC have apologised. 

Gary Lineker could not hide his embarrassment at the porn noises coming from the studio

Gary Lineker could not hide his embarrassment at the porn noises coming from the studio

Lineker later tweeted that he had found the phone that had been making the porn noises

Lineker later tweeted that he had found the phone that had been making the porn noises

Daniel Jarvis later posted a picture of himself with an identical phone to the one Gary Linker posted

Daniel Jarvis later posted a picture of himself with an identical phone to the one Gary Linker posted 

The BBC were left red-faced after a prankster sabotaged coverage of Wolves v Liverpool FA Cup tie by hiding mobile phone on set that played porn film noises over Gary Lineker

The BBC were left red-faced after a prankster sabotaged coverage of Wolves v Liverpool FA Cup tie by hiding mobile phone on set that played porn film noises over Gary Lineker

While the noises continued to play out Lineker remained composed and saw the funny side, as he joked: ‘Would you stop making those noises, Danny,’ directing his quip at Danny Murphy.

Moments after the game got underway, Lineker then tweeted to confirm that he had finally discovered where the noise was coming from.

‘Well, we found this taped to the back of the set,’ Lineker wrote alongside a picture of a mobile phone.

‘As sabotage goes it was quite amusing.’

During the half-time analysis, Lineker said to Ince and Murphy: ‘Harvey Elliott’s goal was a screamer … which was not the only one we’ve had tonight.’

The topic was quickly trending on Twitter, where YouTuber Jarvo69 claimed to be behind the sex phone prank that left the pundits red-faced.

Daniel Jarvis, who is a serial pitch invader, tweeted: ‘Yes, it was me that pranked the BBC Match of the Day with the sex Phone 🙂 The video coming soon!!!! @BMWJARVO best prankster ever!!!!’ 

The YouTuber claimed to be behind the prank on Twitter and posted a video of himself outside of BBC's studio at the stadium

The YouTuber claimed to be behind the prank on Twitter and posted a video of himself outside of BBC’s studio at the stadium

Lineker and Alan Shearer both joked that the noise was coming from Danny Murphy's phone

Lineker and Alan Shearer both joked that the noise was coming from Danny Murphy’s phone

In a video on YouTube the prankster showed himself apparently calling the phone that was hidden in the studio

In a video on YouTube the prankster showed himself apparently calling the phone that was hidden in the studio

A short video accompanied the tweet which showed him behind the scenes at the Molineux stadium and at the door of the BBC’s studio.

A livestream on his YouTube channel shows the prankster watching Match of the Day at home while repeatedly making calls to the phone taped to the back of one of the seats.

He proudly announced at the beginning of the video: ‘Here we are, we have set up a phone with a loud sex noise in the BBC studios at the Wolves v Liverpool FA Cup replay.’

Jarvo69 watches the coverage with his phone held carefully in hand, waiting for the moment to pull off his practical joke.

Then he and his friends are seen breaking out in laughter while shouting ‘that’s me!’.

The video, which currently has 20,000 views, shows the jokester repeatedly dialing the same number, until the noise stops playing out of the TV.

‘He’s found it, he’s found it,’ he shouted, when the calls stopped going through.

Fans swiftly took to social media to react to the sounds during BBC's pre-match coverage

Fans swiftly took to social media to react to the sounds during BBC’s pre-match coverage

Gary Lineker, spoke about the mobile phone porn prank on Newsnight.

He said: ‘When it started, I did recognise that sound. I think we’ve all been done with that when you open up a WhatsApp or something.

‘It was so loud I couldn’t hear anything that either Danny Murphy or even when I spoke to Alan Shearer. I could hardly hear what they said when the thing was going on.

‘I have to say I think it’s funny. The BBC have issued some sort of apology, I know not why. It’s certainly got nothing to apologise for.

‘It was quite hard to carry on the pre-match build-up and take it seriously when this was going on in the background.

‘It added to the whole game actually. I don’t think anyone cared for the game. We had a screamer of a goal which was kind of the tone of the whole show in some ways.

‘As pranks go, it was a good one and credit to them. It was funny I thought.’

Jarvo69 watches the coverage with his phone held carefully in hand, and waited for the moment to pull off his practical joke

Jarvo69 watches the coverage with his phone held carefully in hand, and waited for the moment to pull off his practical joke

Fans could not help but laugh at the BBC’s misfortune, with one supporter joking that someone would be facing the sack following the incident.

‘Someone at BBC is losing their job,’ they joked.

Another added: ‘BBC MOTD having a mare,’ as the sounds continued.

‘Creased at someone at BBC getting done with the porn sound,’ another fan wrote along with a series of laughing face emojis.

The porn noises in the studio was just the beginning of a nightmare start to the evening at Molineux, as there was also a power cut in the early stages of the game, meaning that VAR was not used in the opening 16 minutes.

One fan poked fun at how badly things had gone before and during the match.  

‘Porn on the BBC. Shearer saying it was Danny Murphy’s phone. A power cut at Molineux. VAR broke due to the power cut. 

‘The magic of the cup,’ they teased.

The BBC has apologised after sexual noises interrupted live television coverage of the FA Cup.

‘We apologise to any viewers offended during the live coverage of the football this evening,’ the BBC said.

A spokesperson said the BBC was investigating the incident.

Source: Daily Mail UK

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