Packers wideout Trevor Davis apparently tried to test the seriousness with which airport security takes those questions about putting stuff in your luggage. Turns out they take it pretty seriously!
This is an unfortunate thing that happened in the pages of the Denver Post:
CNBC is known for its coverage of money markets, including the value of the Yuan, Euro, and Yen. But today, it was covering the Dong. A Huddersfield keeper’s dong, to be specific.
Before her second-round match against Elise Mertens in the Australian Open, No. 23 Daria Gavrilova fielded questions from reporters and apparently some guy who stumbled into the press room.
Before first-round play at the Brisbane International Monday, an announcer chopped up Canadian wonderteen Denis Shapovalov’s name into tiny pieces and then spit them out as an incoherent mess.
Here is ESPN reporter Diana Russini, with an all-time brilliant live demonstration of the ferocious arctic cold of Foxborough, Massachusetts, this morning:
Here is an intensely awkward 10 seconds from the life of Ronde Barber, doing color commentary during today’s Cardinals-Redhawks game in Washington:
Yes, we know you missed tonight’s WWE SmackDown because you’re tuned into the Battle of the Bricks on ESPN2. It ended with this front-row bro taking a Sami Zayn table to the face:
Yesterday, Kevin Durant, a tall, expensive shoe who gets revenge on the haters by boasting about how you join them if you can’t beat them, got caught talking shit about his former Thunder coach and teammates on Twitter. It was mean of Durant to slag his old team by claiming he could have never won a championship with…
Thanks to the eagle eye of Twitter user @harrisonmc15, we get to enjoy these since-deleted tweets from Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant:
A bump segment during today’s Notre Dame-Boston College game on ESPN today featured a Getty Images photo of Frank Leahy from 1941. It also featured a naked dude in the background. Here’s the original photo wire caption:
A bus driver took a wrong turn yesterday and accidentally ended up out on track at Circuit of the Americas’ Turn 6, halting a Formula 4 support race for the Lone Star Le Mans weekend. Oops!
One way to address a slip-up on live TV is to move on as if it didn’t happen, and apologize later if absolutely necessary. Former NFL coach Jim Mora did not follow this procedure after he said jokingly that WDSU anchor Scott Walker was “full of shit” during Monday’s Saints postgame segment.
Mike Klis of 9News tweeted a little while ago that the Broncos are expected to kick the tires on bad NFL quarterback and former salary dump Brock Osweiler. What he tweeted next—and immediately deleted—sure as hell looked like instructions to stiff-arm his competition:
Major League Lacrosse just sent an email to every player currently in its player pool—this includes inactive players—alerting them to the fact that the league accidentally exposed their personal information, including their social security numbers.