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There’s nothing quite like live television. No matter how organized or well-prepared the reporter might be, there’s always a chance something absolutely insane might happen. More often than not, that insanity involves some unexpected swearing or perhaps a drunken confession, but for one television reporter named Jeff Goldberg, his brush with live television shock involved nudity. More specifically, it involved a woman walking past who decided to lift up her top for the benefit of those watching at home.
NSFW Warning: The following video contains nudity. It is exactly what was described in the above paragraph. If you don’t feel like seeing boobs or you feel like your boss might get mad at you, just don’t watch it. Go click on literally anything else, including this totally random article I just picked out of the blue.
The above incident happened during a pretty standard report about bar crawls on the 11 o’clock news on WJLA. The ABC 7 anchor, Kimberly Suiters, kicked it off to Jeff Goldberg, and he was almost immediately blindsided with the very intentional nudity. He did his best to play it off, of course, but you can tell by his face that he was clearly flustered by what happened.
Despite the pretty timely comment from the anchor about everyone keeping their clothes on, there’s no way Goldberg was expecting any nudity to come during his report. Fortunately, since the clip aired at 11 PM, I don’t think there will be too many parents bent out of shape over what happened, especially considering not a ton of outlets have covered what actually happened.
Side Note: there’s a reasonable chance by the time you’re reading this story, YouTube will have pulled the video down. Fortunately, obscene news clips like this tend to be a game of Whack A Mole. So, if you look hard enough, you’ll probably be able to find the live television shock somewhere.
Or you can just check out any of these insane live television moments that are still available.