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Whoops! FOX’s Tampa Bay Affiliate Broadcasts Naked Buccaneers Player To Viewers


It was just another Sunday afternoon in Tampa Bay – up until viewers of FOX affiliate WTVT got an eyeful of an unidentified (and naked) Buccaneers player.

After their team came away with another disappointing result, a 23-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans, citizens of Tampa Bay turned to WTVT for a post-game wrap-up. The station’s studio crew outlined the things that hurt the Bucs — costly turnovers, critical penalties, and the officials refusing measurement on a critical third-down play.

“Measurement.” It was a word we’d hear a lot of in the crew’s post-game wrap-up, and one we’d continue to hear after they sent it over to the Tampa Bay locker room for some player interviews. This would prove to be ironic, and you’ll see why in the clip below. Warning: this video is NSFW for accidental locker room nudity.

[Deadspin]


  • http://www.facebook.com/joshuabozeman Joshua Taj Bozeman

    that’s what i want to see next to some dude’s head.  a big ol’ weiner. 

  • Anonymous

    Apparently the camera guy agreed.

  • Anonymous

    Well, what else would you expect when they bring cameras into the locker rooms? The leagues are forced to allow the invasion of privacy because of some journalists’ interpretation of the 1st amendment and then they’re shocked if a male’s member is shown on film. 

    What a society we live in.

  • Madyank

    OOOPS!
    I can just HEAR some FCC big hat screaming right NOW – probably a Republican – because his wifey got all shocked and fainted…

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Warrenton-Thomas/100003091959755 Warrenton Thomas

    WTF how could FOX not see tht

  • anon

    L O friggin L

  • JJ

    Agree completely its almost perversion


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