Busted! TV Presenter caught squeezing colleague’s breasts, live on air

A male presenter who touched his female colleague’s breasts on live television said it was an ‘accident’.

Roger Gonzalez, 32, groped both of Cynthia Rodriguez’s breasts on Mexican daytime show ‘Todo un Show’ during a group hug.

In the footage, the four hosts are seem cuddling when Gonzalez reaches and puts his hand on one of her breasts.

He is then seen moving his hand from one side of her chest to the other, prompting her to put her hand over his in an effort to move it away.

Cynthia appears to make a gesture to the camera as her eyes dart to the crew.

Claudia Lizaldi, another presenter, hangs onto Gonzalez’s arm during the inappropriate exchange.

He also plants a kiss on her cheek.

According to local media, Gonzalez watched the incident back with his co-presenters on another episode of the show and apologised – insisting it was unintentional.

He said on air: “I swear it was an accident. I am so embarrassed!”

He added the clip to his Instagram account, calling it one of the ‘most embarrassing’ days of his life.

Cynthia later wrote on social media: “I thought it was Claudia’s hand, but I know you didn’t mean it my friend.”

However the other male presenter Fernando del Solar said: “it did not seem like an accident”.

He said he had “squeezed both boobs.”

He later wrote: “Luckily we are one big family and laughed all day about the confusion. Sorry Cynthia!”

Source: Mirror.co.uk

Radio Presenter fired over planned show with Opposition Politician

Aulogo FM’s Talk Show host, Amacha Goli has been directed to resign his position over a planned show that was set to feature Uganda’s opposition leader, Dr Kizza Besigye.

In the letter dated July 6th, the Management of the Radio Station wrote to the Host of the talk show seeking explanation on his intention to host the opposition politician.

“I hereby direct you to submit a written detailed explanation on the circumstances surrounding the planned radio talk show meant to host the Party President of the Forum for Democratic Change, Col Kizza Besigye and other officials which was stopped by the government security agencies and led to a scuffle at Aulogo Media Station”, the letter ordered.

Management proceeded to direct the host to quit his job “to pave way for investigations into the matter”.

“You are therefore required to handover to Programme Manager with immediate effect. You will be notified after receiving the document from you and carrying out investigations into the matter”.

The decision has since sparked intense social media debate in the Adjumani District, Uganda.

Bloated! Viewers descend heavily on Pregnant TV Presenter

A pregnant meteorologist has hit back at viewers who called the presenter “bloated” and “uncomfortable” as her body changed due to her growing baby.

Ashlee Baracy from Ohio, USA says the negative comments started within weeks of her announcing her pregnancy live on air in February.

“The sad part is the second I found out I was pregnant, I knew I would have to deal with criticism of my body by viewers,” Baracy, who works for WBNS-TV, told The Columbus Dispatch.

“Anchors can hide a little bit behind the desk, but I knew it would be tough for me, because people see me head-to-toe in front of the green screen every day, and my figure would be on full display.”

Baracy, 34, decided to call out those making the mean comments – posting many of them on her Instagram account.

Some of the worst included:

“Pregnant or not, buy bigger clothes!!! You look bloated and uncomfortable. . . it is not likely your dresses will survive another 20 weeks of pregnancy weight.”

“Ashley, I couldn’t see next week’s temps. Your baby was in the way.”

“Ashley, you are really putting on weight. Watch your heart.”

The mum-to-be says she’s dealt with her fair share of critics in the past, having competed in beauty pageants before being named Miss Michigan in 2008.

“Yes, I signed up to be a public figure, but my family didn’t,” Baracy said. “My unborn child didn’t.”

But the feedback from viewers wasn’t all negative.

Baracy, who is due to give birth in August, said many had reached out offering their encouragement.

“Let’s hope by shedding light on body-shaming that fewer people will deal with critics like this in the future, pregnant or not,” Baracy wrote on Instagram.

“Every time I have called out a hater, the overwhelming outpour of encouragement has been touching and incredibly inspiring.”

Source: MSN.com