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Nashville Predators Broadcast Apologizes After Airing Porn During Game

Viewers who tuned in to watch the Nashville Predators lose 5-4 to the St. Louis Blues Thursday night got a little more “bang” for their buck.

With about 12 minutes left in the first period, there were three separate instances of noise unrelated to the broadcast, according to The Tennessean. Lasting less than a minute, the noises were sexual in nature, and while those watching at home heard the sexual sounds, the broadcasters did not seem to notice anything out of the ordinary.

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Before the game ended, Fox Sports Tennessee’s twitter account issued an apology.

“We apologize for the technical difficulties during the Predators game. We’re currently investigating the situation,” wrote Fox Sports Tennessee.

Some viewers took to Twitter to voice their opinions.

Predators play-by-play announcer Pete Weber apologized at the start of the third period.

“Because of technical difficulties, if you heard anything you don’t think you should have been hearing, we apologize for that,” said Weber.

He and the rest of the broadcasting team were unable to explain the noises.