'Sadly I've never heard that noise' – Laura Woods and Ally McCoist in hysterics over BBC'S FA Cup porn prank | The Sun

TALKSPORT pundits Ally McCoist and Laura Woods were left in stitches after the BBC was subjected to a porn prank during their coverage of Wolves vs Liverpool.

Like millions of people around the world in recent years, the broadcasters' coverage of the FA Cup third-round replay fell victim to the famous porn noise prank.



The sound of the moaning lady played in the background as Match of the Day host Gary Lineker and pundits Paul Ince, Alan Shearer and Danny Murphy tried their best to give in-depth analysis.

The prank was set up by YouTuber Jarvo, who taped a mobile phone to the desk and set the porn noise as a ringtone and called it.

And it prompted a talkSPORT presenter Woods to conduct a thorough sweep of their studio before going on the airwaves on Wednesday morning.

She said: "I brought a SWAT team in here this morning to double-check every single chair, everyone’s device, nothing is leaking in this studio in terms of audio, or hopefully anything else!”

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McCoist said of the hilarious incident: “I thought for a minute, I wasn’t too happy because I’m watching it while I was actually at the Pink Floyd tribute concert.

“But when I saw the highlights of it, I’m looking at Gary, and I know Danny Murphy is in the studio.

“And I’m thinking to myself, ‘that’s unbelievable.

"On ITV we only get a cup of tea, they are having the time of there life there! Danny’s having the time of his life!'”

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Woods jokingly asked: “Is that where all of our taxpayers' money goes?”

Former Rangers and Scotland hitman McCoist replied: “I think so!

"At ITV we only get a cup of tea and maybe a sandwich, and they are getting added perks like that, that’s incredible.”

But McCoist drew a huge laugh from Woods and listeners by saying: “Sadly I’ve never heard that!

"I’ve never heard those kind of sounds in my life!

"The only time I’ve heard that is on the phone!”

Woods explained the prank that has got many a person in trouble by saying: “So basically it was the top of the show, the guys were in the studio, it was the FA Cup third round replay, Gary Lineker was hosting it.

“It was Wolves against Liverpool, and Danny Murphy was just in mid flow with explaining just his thoughts on football really, and you know that thing when someone pranks you, you open your phone and turn it up really loud, and then it’s a woman enjoying herself, sexually.”

McCoist interjected, saying: “Enjoying herself? She was having the time of her life!”

He added: “I’m going to say it, I’m going to put my cards on the table, guys have got to message us this morning, because I’ve got an admission to make, for the best part of 40 years I must been doing it wrong!

“Because I’ve not heard that. I’ve been doing it wrong for 40 years!”

McCoist loved the prank by Jarvo, which Lineker himself later laughed at.

But the Scot then bizarrely asked listeners how to elicit a similar reaction in his personal life.

He said: “I mean that is genius, they’ve thought about that.

“Did they (BBC pundits) try and talk over it?

"Because there was no talking over that lady. She was on a different planet.

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“I know this probably isn’t the show for it, but what brings that on?

"Is it a move that brings that on? Listeners, we want to know, is there a move that can bring that noise in real life.”

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