BBC forced to apologise after Nick Kyrgios simulates a sex act
Nick Kyrgios was back making headlines for the wrong reasons at the Fever-Tree Championships on Saturday.
The Australian exited the Queen’s Club event with a two-set defeat to Marin Cilic in the semi-final, but he was caught making an X-rated gesture to his player’s box during one of the changeovers.
The incident was broadcast live on television and enraged some viewers.
Seriously Kyrgios ?! 💦 pic.twitter.com/V8fJD14pJC
— poetcurious (@poetcurious) June 23, 2018
After receiving several complaints, the BBC issued an on-air apology.
It was the second time this week that the public broadcaster had to apologise over a Kyrgios incident as the Australian was also heard swearing during his second-round match against Kyle Edmund.
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