Being a sport's commentator is one of those jobs that probably sounds like a lot more fun than it actually is. As well as having to keep on top of what is happening, you have to be able to describe it in a such way that people who can't see the action feel as though they can. And, of course, they need to remain unbiased, even if they're secretly routing for one side.
One thing commentators probably don't think they need to worry about is having to explain some sex noises during a match. And so, to the Sarasota Open in Florida where a match between Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger was briefly interrupted by what appeared to be a couple having sex very loudly nearby. And I do mean very loudly.
Tiafoe's face when he realises what he's hearing. Credit:YouTube/Foam A. Lime
After they first hear the noises, Tiafoe stops and, understandably, looks a little bit surprised. Meanwhile, the commentator thinks it's someone in the stadium watching porn on their phone. He says: "Well, that is the most bizarre situation. I don't know how to put this, folks. Someone's phone went off in the stands...and it was an adult video." He handled that quite well, didn't he?
Now, if it were a porn video, whoever was watching it would just close it down and then quietly die of shame, right? But it isn't. It's a couple in a nearby apartment going at it.
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The commentator is oblivious to this, though, and shortly after hearing the noises for the first time, he says: "I still hear it...it's still going."
Player Tiafoe can also still hear it and steals the show by pausing play to shout: "It can't be that good."
This woman's face is amazing. Credit: YouTube/ Foam A. Lime
It's around about this point that our man realises it's probably not an adult clip, and that it's actually the real deal. "No, that's not a phone," he says. "That's an apartment across the lake."
Hear that? That's the sound of the penny dropping.
The clip ends with, 'well, at least someone is having a good night'.
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