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A GB News guest was left feeling rather embarrassed after a saucy text message he supposedly received popped up on screen while he was screen-recording an interview he was taking part in about the Covid-19 vaccine. Take a look below:
Dr Samuel White appeared on GB News on Sunday after a judge ruled against a previous order that stated he must stop discussing coronavirus on social media due to him spreading misinformation.
He spoke with presenter, Patrick Christys, about his justification for publicising his scepticism of vaccinations and masks.
Dr White then uploaded the interview onto his personal website by screen recording it, but apparently failed to notice an X-rated Whatsapp message that appeared at the top of the screen from a woman named 'Suzie Sub'.
The message read: "As you rest just give a thought to using me for your pleasure. Having me on my knees doing whatever you say... xxx."
Unlike Dr White, who was clearly oblivious to the saucy message, eagle-eyed Twitter users were quick to notice the mishap and re-posted the clip online for even more people to see.
His website then swiftly became private and the clip was removed.
However, the damage had already been done, as Jon Gaunt, who had joined Dr White for the interview, re-posted the clip on his own social media and said: “Oh dear someone forgot to turn their WhatsApp off! This is very funny.”
Twitter users joined in on the ridicule, as one joked: “Dr Sam White uploaded this video to his website but in his over-eagerness to get his 'message' out, he obviously didn't watch it back first.
“Unlucky Sam, unlucky.”
Another added: “I'd like to hear what Suzie Sub thinks about all this. Apparently Dr Sam White is a fan.”
Well, much to the disappointment of these Twitter users, it turns out that the text message is potentially thanks to the work of hackers.
Dr White’s spokesperson told Indy100 that the clip had, indeed, been uploaded to his website by hackers.
They explained the hackers were to blame and that Dr White was unsurprised by the move as he is now the target of smear campaigns.
The GP had previously been ordered to stop posting his opinions of coronavirus on social media, such as voicing scepticism of vaccines and claiming that ‘masks do nothing’, as they were reportedly spreading misinformation.
He also declared that ‘lies’ around the response of the NHS and the Government towards coronavirus were ‘so vast’ that he could no longer ‘stomach or tolerate them’.
As a result, Dr White had restrictions placed on his registration as a GP at his surgery in Hampshire.
However, a new ruling under the High Court found this decision to be wrong, the BBC reported.
Mr Justice Dove concluded there was an ‘error of law and a clear misdirection’, meaning the decision was ‘clearly wrong and cannot stand’.
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