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A Spanish journalist's report featured a surprise appearance by a rather large inflatable penis. Check it out below:
Ah, the pitfalls of trying to capture a live report in a busy area. No matter how much you prepare your piece, no matter how many measures you take in the area you're reporting from, the sad fact remains: you cannot control everything.
In university, I had to go out onto the streets of Glasgow, where passers-by would routinely interrupt any report I was practising, for a laugh. For these two women, their inflatable dong's cameo was entirely accidental.
Veteran reporter Lluis Mestres was reporting outside Palma Airport in Mallorca, discussing the large numbers of international flights in and out of the area as millions come and go for their Easter holidays for Telediario 1's flagship lunchtime news bulletin on TVE.
As the two women walked into frame, one had her arm wrapped tightly round the pinkish inflatable, barely covered by her coat and waggling between the two.
As they walked closer and closer towards the cameras, it appeared one of them caught sight of the reporter, before hastily making their way out of view.
While their identities or plans haven't been confirmed, it's speculated they were likely in Mallorca for a hen do alongside their rather oversized penis. One local even claimed he'd seen them in Palma.
Mestres was so focused on his own report that he didn't even seem to notice the women and their inflatable as they walk past. He later retweeted a screenshot of the hilarious moment after it happened.
Reacting to the footage on social media, one user wrote: "What a party they’ll be having." Another wrote: "The Telediario records the best Easter getaway.”
Al menos esta ha tenido el valor de recogerlo.— Alejandro Catalán (@Alejandro_2676) April 9, 2022
En este otro caso parece que no es de nadie 👇 pic.twitter.com/IakhBQFXXu
A third tweeted: "Only rarely is this country wonderful." Another wrote: "Procession of the Holy Foreskin at Palma Airport live and direct."
Another user posted footage of a smaller sex toy appearing on a moving conveyor belt to the amusement of travellers waiting to collect their luggage. He joked: “At least they’ve had the balls to collect theirs. This one doesn't appear to have an owner.”
The newscast is the longest-running programme in the history of television in Spain as it has been broadcast daily since September 1957 when dictator Francisco Franco was still in power, said to average around 2.6 million viewers.
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Featured Image Credit: Credit: TVE
Topics: World News
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