Just recently we told you about the American newsreader who made a massive boo-boo by repeatedly reading out the word 'd*ck', instead of 'tick' , reducing the reporters to fits of giggles. And now it seems that the BBC are at it, after broadcasting one of the most frowned-upon words in the English language.
But rather than getting in a tizz about it, BBC weatherman Alex Deakin kept his cool, after saying the VERY un-BBC 'c-word' during his live broadcast. What a pro.
Whilst reporting on the UK weather last Sunday, Deakin told viewers to expect 'bucket-loads of c***', rather than 'bucket-loads of sunshine'. Yes, we know what you're thinking; we always get those words mixed up too.
Luckily, Deakin made an admirable recovery but that flash of 'oh God, what did I just do' across the poor guy's face was unmistakable.
Brilliantly, Deaking took to his Twitter account after the slip-up, saying: 'I think the less said the better about that last broadcast #P45'.
Watch the hilarious c-bomb below:
Those newsreaders just keep getting caught in the act...