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Detroit TV Station’s On-Air F-Bombs Become Chronic [NSFW VIDEO]

WDIV F-Bomb
Deadspin

For the second time in as many months, a Detroit TV station let an F-Bomb drop as reporter Bernie Smilovitz was unaware his mic was live at Wednesday’s Winter Classic. An obviously frustrated Smilovitz exclaimed, “C’mon, man, what do you want us to -ing do?”

Didn’t WDIV learn its lesson back in November when Lauren Podell dropped the same expletive while reporting on a fire in Lapeer?

YouTube has pulled the video, but you can still see it at this link. Caution, the language is very strong – it is after all, WDIV in Detroit. That is what we’ve come to expect from them.

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