It has been four years since BBC News presenter Simon McCoy went live on air holding a stack of A4 papers instead of an iPad. But clearly, his employers haven't forgotten the flub and aren't letting him forget it either.
BBC Three tweeted a hilarious clip that shows the broadcaster discussing "drunk tanks," all the while holding a stack of A4 papers - the kind you'd use to refill an office printer, perhaps. To his credit, the anchor manages to pull off his piece to camera with a straight face.
Watch the hilarious mix-up below:
In just one day, the throwback video has been 'liked' over 20,400 times and retweeted over 9,400 times. And while it may have happened four years ago, the goof-up still has the Internet laughing out loud.
As if it's been 4 years since that epic TV news moment where Simon McCoy picked up a ream of paper instead of an iPad. My tribute from 2013. pic.twitter.com/tpcV1OyL1S— Tina Daheley (@TinaDaheley) September 19, 2017
I still love this. 4 years on https://t.co/A6YT55nE4t— Eilidh Barbour (@EilidhBarbour) September 19, 2017
It's made even better that the word "Drunk" appears in the background!— Martin Baker (@ytfcbadger) September 19, 2017
Sometimes just trying to be a bro and change the printer paper when you suddenly get called to host a news program!— TonyCirro (@TonyCirro) September 19, 2017
When you're on your way to refill the office copy machine and your boss asks you report a story real quick— Josh Costello (@JCostello247) September 19, 2017
No shame at all, totally cool... hoping no one clicks its a pack of paper..... genius— Colin&Jo Duff (@colinjoduff) September 19, 2017
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