‘Danny, have you ever switched your telephone off?’: Gary Lineker mocks Danny Murphy on Match of the Day after pundit claims he has gone ‘mad’ after BBC porn prank – and the jokes are solely there Everton followers will ‘groan and moan’
Gary Lineker pulled Danny Murphy a couple of days after a BBC obscene prank, embarrassing each of them throughout stay soccer protection after they have been collectively on Match of the Day.
A serial prankster left a tool within the BBC’s stay studios from Liverpool’s FA Cup win at Wolves on Tuesday evening, taking part in ‘obscene noises’ to thousands and thousands of viewers on TV.
Within the aftermath, Murphy mentioned he was ‘paranoid’ by the incident, not sure that he was not concerned, but in addition with out realizing that the disturbance was coming from his studio.
Gary Lineker continues to joke about Tuesday’s ‘obscene noise’ incident on Match of the Day
Danny Murphy, who admitted he went ‘mad’ when the sound continued, was the butt of the joke
And the 45-year-old former Liverpool midfielder was a part of considered one of Lineker’s regular jokes, that are sprinkled in between content material on BBC1’s weekend highlights package deal Match of the Day.
The 62-year-old presenter began the present by saying ‘let’s hope we’re not rudely interrupted’ earlier than asking the pundit: ‘Danny Murphy, have you ever switched your telephone off?’
Murphy confirmed that he had, and the present continued as regular, together with highlights from Saturday’s massive Premier League fixtures.
Serial prankster Daniel Jarvis later claimed to be behind the prank utilizing a cell phone.
Lineker made one other quip about Tuesday’s unlucky incident when he mentioned: ‘There was numerous moaning and groaning from West Ham and Everton followers this week’, highlighting the highlights of the Hammers’ 2-0 win on the London Stadium earlier than presenting.
Talking after Tuesday’s incident on Newsnight, Lineker mentioned he discovered the incident humorous, and carried that humor into the weekend’s protection. He additionally questioned why the BBC apologized for the prank.