Football fans were quick to spot some risque art in the background of Jonathan Liew's video – when the journalist appeared on Sky Sports News' Back Pages Tonight.
Liew was discussing Friday's sporting pages, but fans found it hard to focus on what he was saying thanks to the artwork. The picture showed a painting of a topless woman by Amedeo Modigliani – who specialised in nude paintings.
"What’s going on here then you dirty dog @jonathanliew," one fan joked. While a second joked: "Note to self…(@jonathanliew)…check what’s in the background before I go live on Sky!"
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"@jonathanliew how to make a right (and left) t*t of yourself," a third added. And another put: "I guess it’s an hour and a half after the watershed tonight…"
However, if you are to get something in the background, it's best to do it on Sky Sports. Transfer Deadline Day has become the peak of sneaking cheeky items into the background of shots while reporters talk to the camera.
From inflatable bananas to dildos with sex dolls in between – Transfer Deadline Day has seen it all.
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Liew was joined by the Daily Mirror's John Cross – and the pair discussed Arsenal handing a new contract to Bukayo Saka, as they agreed he has been 'unstoppable' this season.
Saka has been key to the Gunners' title charge, which could see Mikel Arteta's side conquer England for the first time in almost two decades.
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