Australian Rugby Match Interrupted By Four Minutes Of Porn

Monday, July 07, 2008

How about this for randomness? Prime Television in Australia was supposed to be airing a mid-afternoon highlights show when four minutes of different programming popped up during the broadcast. From Steady Burn via Way Odd....

The Prime Channel, a free broadcast station, was showing a Grass Roots Rugby show when they claim a distribution fault caused the "inappropriate material," from a pay-per-view channel to be aired on the wrong station.

According to reports, for nearly four minutes, hardcore pornography, from the film Desperate Black Wives 2, was shown on televisions across the island nation.

In a report by New Zealand's channel 3, parents said their children had seen the sex on screen, and one 12-year-old girl covered her eyes and ran out of the room saying "eww," and "gross." Another parent told reporters his 8-year-old son's innocence was lost.



Well that's special. It's not exactly Heidi is it? Actually I guess it could have been....we don't really know the star of the movie's name do we???

Kids Rugby Broadcast Accidentally Spliced with Porn (Steady Burn)
Hardcore Porn Interrupts Publicly Broadcasted Children's Rugby Match (Way Odd)

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 3:56 PM

15 Comments:

In other news: AA plans to desparately search for that video, or it's off to Australia!

ssreporters said...
Jul 7, 2008, 3:59:00 PM  

I'm more surprised that kids were watching rugby.

GMoney said...
Jul 7, 2008, 4:02:00 PM  

werd to ssreporters...

That's so funny, sounds like sports and sex do go together.

Imagine if that happened here in the USA? Boy would we eat that up in a second.

Its also interesting that the only people interviewed in that segment was that mother and her child. Wasn't the rest of the nation a little shocked too? Or were they not worthy enough for an interview as well...

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Dave D. said...
Jul 7, 2008, 4:23:00 PM  

Nothing says rugby more than 4 minutes of hardcore pornography.

It's a humerous incident (I"m practically rolling on the floor laughing), but man, those kids will be troubled with those images forever. Well, on the plus side, at least they now know where babies come from.

jfein said...
Jul 7, 2008, 4:29:00 PM  

Or were they not worthy enough for an interview as well...

Dave D: The rest of the country was trying to figure out which way the water flowed in their toilets.

Anonymous said...
Jul 7, 2008, 4:30:00 PM  

I guess it went from rugby to rug burns.

Anonymous said...
Jul 7, 2008, 4:37:00 PM  

LOL, thats halirous. I wish we had rugby on TV more in the States.


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Mick said...
Jul 7, 2008, 5:12:00 PM  

Please stop trying to pimp your urls. It's embarrassing and degrades us all.

GMoney said...
Jul 7, 2008, 5:27:00 PM  

Ket me get this straight... the 12 year old kid in the interview flips on the TV expecting rugby, sees porn, and yells for MOM?

Talk about different values...

Anonymous said...
Jul 7, 2008, 11:02:00 PM  

Not that it matters much, but it was a New Zealand rugby match aired on New Zealand. Not Australia.

Mike said...
Jul 8, 2008, 12:42:00 AM  

In other news, British people still say "Shed-yuled."

Gellman said...
Jul 8, 2008, 12:44:00 AM  

As an Australian I am disgusted that you would confuse us with New Zealanders!

Anonymous said...
Jul 8, 2008, 6:03:00 AM  

I'm horrified, we're very proud of our bad TV reporting and I'm most offended you'd get Australia and New Zealand mixed up!

clairebear_nz said...
Jul 8, 2008, 7:34:00 AM  

You know, now Janet Jackson's floppy star crusted nipple doesn't seem so bad.

Hyatt said...
Jul 8, 2008, 10:31:00 AM  

If that happened here in the USA, I imagine that all television would be immediately declared illegal by the tight-ass government. They'd say, "Oh, we can't let the public see a boob". "Ban all tv."

Anonymous said...
Jul 8, 2008, 5:06:00 PM  

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