Uefa looks into after Sex noises interrupt Euro 2024 Draw

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Uefa says it is looking into after sex noises interrupted Euro 2024 draw broadcast on Saturday.

Vulgar noises could be noticed as Switzerland were pinched in Group A with Scotland, Hungary and host country Germany.

A related episode happened on the BBC in the build-up to January's FA Cup tie between Liverpool and Wolves.

YouTube prankster Daniel Jarvis declared blame for both that and the newest hoax.

Jarvis aired himself live on X, previously Twitter, humming a mobile phone at times to cause the
noises as the Euros draw, which was shown on the BBC, occured in Hamburg,
Germany.

He told watchers:Listen that was us, that was us. We got it in there, we placed the phone in
there, we rung it, sex noise at the Euro 2024 draw.- he said.

Presenter Giorgio Marchetti, the deputy general secretary of European football's governing body, tried
to take manage the situation, saying: There is some noise here that... has now
ended. No noise any longer.

Whilst asked about the occurrence, England manager Gareth Southgate said he could distantly hear the noises whilst sat in the audience.

I'm pretentious it was some kind of a trick, but it was solid to actually make out what it was, - he
said.

In the FA Cup reporting, anchor Gary Lineker and analyst Paul Ince and Danny Murphy were troubled when alike noises were heard during a transmission from Molineux Stadium.

A studio chase revealeda planted mobile phone and the BBC said sorry to any viewers who were insulted.

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