Washington Local News Station Accidentally Aires 13-Second Porno Clip During Weather Report

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Talk about a series of unfortunate events.

There’s been some wild TV news hacks over the years. Not too long ago, an Australian news channel was running a story, when out of nowhere a Satanic worship ceremony popped up on the screen for a few seconds before it was shut down.

How does this even happen? What genius computer hacker can pull this stuff off? Is it a disgruntled employee looking to lose their job?

We saw yet another instance of a news segment hack this past Sunday, and, well, shit went 0 to 100 real quick… like, real quick.

According to the Spokesman-Review, a Washington State TV station, CBS affiliate KREM 2, was doing their normal 6 PM weather segment, when out of nowhere, a 13-second PORNO popped up on the screen.

Imagine this, you’re watching the news with your family before bed, when all of a sudden you see two people gettin’ it on like Donkey Kong, and your six year old kid asks “what are they doing?”

TOUGH scene… let the birds and the bees talk begin.

The Spokane Police Department have launched a probe to figure out how in the hell this could happen, and released this statement:

“The incident generated numerous calls from concerned citizens in the city and county. At the time of the release, the investigation is ongoing and no culpability of any kind has been determined.”

Anne Bentley, chief communications officer at TEGNA also had this to say:

“We apologized to our viewers last night during our 11 PM newscast– those of us here at KREM 2 want to apologize for something that happened in our 6 PM newscast tonight.

An inappropriate video aired in the first part of the show. We are diligently working to make sure something like this doesn’t happen again.”

To add insult to injury, the station could be fined by the Federal Communications Commission for the X-Rated content.

“How long is it gonna last for us?”

LOL…

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