BBC Africa Newscaster Swears On Air–Says 'F**king Hell There's No Time For This'

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BBC News

A BBC Africa’s female newscaster who was having difficulties during today, January 7’s 4 o’clock bulletin went ballistic with words–and said “f**king hell there’s no time for this,” a shocked GhanaCelebrities.Com reader who listened to this from Accra has said. 
Narrating what she heard, the reader said: “the newscaster was clashing with a reporter she was trying to connect to–and after two of such incidents, there was a total silence for a few seconds–and then I heard her clearly, saying, f**king hell there’s no time for this.”
This seems like one of those newsreaders’ gaffe–when utterances meant to stay in the studio get broadcast.
The BBC is yet to comment on this…



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