KFYR news anchor A.J. Clemente got fired the first day on the job for dropping an F-bomb live on the air. The roving entertainment reporter for http://jimmyfungus.com makes this video to bring you the full story, and also a delightful poem.
SEE: “AJ Clemente, Local Anchor, Fired After Saying ‘F—-ing Sh-t’ On Air” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/22/nbc-aj-clemente-suspended-on-air-flub_n_3131044.html “As AJ Clemente prepared for his debut on the evening news program for North Dakota’s NBC affiliate KFYR, he uttered some words that he must have dearly wished he could take back. “F—-ing sh-t,” he was heard whispering into his mic as an announcer introduced the show. It was Clemente’s very first moment on air, and also his last. He was first suspended for using profanity and his coanchor, Van Tieu, opened up the 10:00 p.m. news hour with an apology.”
"News Anchor A.J. Clemente’s First Day on the Job: Swearing On Air, Going Viral and Getting Fired" http://www.eonline.com/news/410385/news-anchor-a-j-clemente-s-first-day-on-the-job-swearing-on-air-going-viral-and-getting-fired “Some news anchors go their entire career without achieving viral success. Newbie anchor A.J. Clemente did it in the first few seconds of his first time on air by uttering, “F—kin’ s—t.”
The incident—which occurred on Bismarck, N.D.’s local KFYR-TV—happened while an oblivious Clemente was practicing pronouncing London marathon winner Tsegaye Kebede’s name and finding it quite difficult.”
"Rookie News Anchor Fired Instantly After On-Air F-Bomb" http://www.tmz.com/2013/04/22/nbc-north-dakota-aj-clemente-news-anchor-fired/
"That was fast … a rookie news anchor in North Dakota has been fired before he even started … less than a day after dropping an embarrassing f-bomb on livAnd A.J.’s superiors didn’t waste any time cutting him loose — he tweeted this morning, saying he’d been canned over the flub."