Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer’s Hilarious ‘Porn-Gate’ Scandal Reflection

The ‘Porn-Gate’ Scandal

Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer recently shared their thoughts on the infamous ‘porn-gate’ scandal that took place during last season’s FA Cup coverage.

The Embarrassing Incident

During the coverage for Liverpool’s replay at Wolves on BBC1 in January, unexpected moaning noises disrupted the broadcast, leaving both the pundits and viewers in disbelief.

Lineker and Shearer’s Reaction

Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer seemed to find humor in the situation and were tickled by the chorus of sex sounds. The incident led to a quick switch to a pre-match interview with Jurgen Klopp.

The Behind-the-Scenes Reveal

Months later, Lineker and Shearer admitted to reflecting on the incident. They even wondered if the moaning noises had played on one of their own phones.

Interview with FourFourTwo

In an interview with FourFourTwo, Lineker and Shearer discussed their experiences during the incident. Lineker mentioned that he was interviewing Shearer when the incident occurred, leading to a humorous exchange.

Shearer’s Concern

Shearer, who was inside the stadium as a co-commentator, expressed concerns that the noises might have been coming from his own phone. This suspicion led to some laughter between the two.

The Twitter Revelation

Shortly after the game began, Lineker tweeted a picture of a mobile phone that was taped to the back of the set, revealing the source of the noises. He humorously commented on the situation.

The Prankster’s Claim

The incident quickly gained attention on social media. YouTuber Jarvo69 claimed responsibility for the sex phone prank. He shared a video behind the scenes at the Molineux stadium and outside the BBC’s studio.

The BBC’s Apology

The BBC issued an apology for the interruption caused by the sexual noises during their live television coverage of the FA Cup.

New Podcast Announcement

The article concludes by mentioning “It’s All Kicking Off,” an exciting new podcast from Mail Sport that offers a unique perspective on Premier League football and is available on various platforms, including MailOnline, Mail+, YouTube, Apple Music, and Spotify.

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