THE BBC has apologised for Gary Lineker interrupting interesting sex noises with his annoyingly matey football punditry.
Viewers have complained about their enjoyment of pornographic moans during Match of the Day being ruined by Lineker’s banal football chat which surely cannot be worth £1.35 million.
A BBC spokesperson said: “We regret any offence caused to viewers who had the muffled sounds of orgasmic ecstasy drowned out by our former crisp salesman’s views on Wolves’ clash with Liverpool.
“His breezy, affable punditry is grating enough at the best of times, but to have him drone over a prank call of a woman getting railed is a new low for us as a broadcaster. I mean, he’s 62 and he’s still doing that ‘chirpy lad’ thing.
“A presenter as grossly overpaid as Lineker should have known to sit back, shut up, and let the groans play out unacknowledged. Instead he insisted on looking puzzled and making light of it, so we’ve had no choice but to fire him.”
Viewer Wayne Hayes said: “I let Lineker’s hypocritical stance on Qatar slide, but talking over a rare moment of interest on Match of the Day is unforgivable. Some mistakes you just can’t walk back from.”