Sports journalist watched porn during Australia-West Indies Test

 A journalist streamed porn films while filing the match report in a room full of male & female reporters.

Sports journalist watched porn during Australia-West Indies Test

New Delhi: Days after Chris Gayle's inappropriate remarks on Network 10 female reporter Mel McLaughlin, another shocking revelation came into light.

According to reports, a sports journalist openly watched pornography on his laptop during the second Test between Australia and West Indies at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

The Guardian Australia’s deputy sports editor Russell Jackson wrote in his blog that a fellow journalist streamed porn films while filing the match report in a room full of male and female reporters.

The unnamed 'accredited member of the media' only stopped until a MCG official stepped in and asked to stop the video.

Jackson was shocked to witness the incident.

“The thing that initially staggered me was the sheer audacity of it, that the presence of both female and male colleagues, who were sitting metres away with clear views of his screen, hadn't been enough to deter him and that he felt perfectly comfortable doing it in full view," Jackson was quoted in a report from nzherald.co.nz.

"Eventually, this porn consumer had to be awkwardly approached and told by an administrator that not only could those female and male colleagues see what he was doing but that they'd appreciate it if he stopped. He did, admirably restraining himself for the rest of the day," Jackson added.

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