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Police investigate after Washington State TV station accidentally broadcasts 13 seconds of PORN during a weather report

  • KREM, a news station in Spokane, Washington, accidentally broadcast 13 seconds of porn during a weather report aired at 6:30 p.m. Sunday
  • Meteorologist Michelle Boss and her co-anchor Cody Proctor did not comment on the clip and seemingly had no idea the explicit footage was being broadcast
  • KREM apologized during the 11 p.m. newscast stating: ‘We are working hard to make sure nothing like this happens again’
  • The investigation will start from Monday and no one has been held responsible










A local Washington state news station broadcast about 13 seconds of porn during a weather report on Sunday.

KREM, a news station in Spokane, Washington, accidentally broadcast the explicit clip during a weather report that aired at 6:30 p.m. this weekend.

Meteorologist Michelle Boss reported that the state was “expecting some bonus days of good weather after a wonderful weekend of mild temperatures,” seemingly completely oblivious to what was playing in the top left corner of the screen.

In the pornographic video, a woman is lying in bed. The camera then scanned her body and showed her bare backside.

Boss co-anchor Cody Proctor also did not comment on the clip, as the CBS-affiliated station continued to show more weather footage.

KREM, a news station in Spokane, Washington, accidentally broadcast 13 seconds of porn during a weather report aired at 6:30 p.m. Sunday

According to TVSpyKREM apologized to viewers hours later during the 11 p.m. newscast.

An inappropriate video aired in the first part of the show. We are working hard to ensure that nothing like this happens again,” the anchor said.

A statement from the Spokane City Police Department on Monday morning said the department’s Special Victims Unit (SVU) and Technical Assistance Response Unit (TARU) are investigating “how the image appeared and where it came from.”

“Station personnel are fully cooperating with the SPD in an effort to establish what happened,” it said, adding that the “disturbing picture… has had numerous calls from concerned citizens in the city and district.” causes’.

As of yesterday, no one has been found responsible for broadcasting the clip.

DailyMail.com has reached out to Boss and Proctor for comment.

Meteorologist Michelle Boss (right) and her co-anchor Cody Proctor (left) did not respond to the clip and seemingly had no idea the explicit footage was being broadcast when they reported the weather

However, this isn’t the first time a news channel has made a rating-X mistake. In 2016, CNN viewers tuned in on Thanksgiving night expecting to see Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” — but got to watch a half-hour of porn instead.

Twitter users saw the humor in the situation and one wrote after reports of the incident emerged

Twitter users saw the humor in the situation and one wrote after reports of the incident emerged

Even Quinn went to the app himself to jokingly thank CNN for the 'free airtime'

Even Quinn went to the app himself to jokingly thank CNN for the ‘free airtime’

A Twitter user shared explicit images of porn star Riley Quinn appearing on her screen instead of Bourdain’s travelogue. She also contacted her cable provider, RCN, and asked for an explanation.

According to the user, the porn film lasted at least 30 minutes. She first saw it on CNN around 10:30 p.m., watched something else, and continued to watch regularly until the channel went down completely at 11 p.m.

A CNN spokesperson first appeared to confirm a mistake had been made before issuing a new statement suggesting otherwise. A review by RCN indicated that the Boston viewer was the only one affected.

Other Twitter users saw the humor in the situation, and one wrote after reports of the incident emerged: “You won’t believe what they’ve broadcast instead of Mike Rowe’s Dirty Jobs.”

“Oops, I think those parts are known,” said another.

Even Quinn himself took to the app to jokingly thank CNN for the “free airtime.”

In 2016, CNN viewers tuned in on Thanksgiving night expecting to see Anthony Bourdain's

In 2016, CNN viewers tuned in on Thanksgiving night expecting to see Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” — but got to watch a half-hour of porn instead. A Twitter user shared explicit images of porn star Riley Quinn appearing on her screen (pictured)

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