At one point or another, we have all been there. The bathroom is calling our name, but something is in the way of you meeting your destination. This girl has the worst experience of her life while on live TV. Imagine a news crew calling you over for a live interview, but mother nature is telling you that you need to find a restroom. Your bladder is full and is beginning to beg for release.
Girl Pees Herself On Live TV [VIDEO]
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The local station was reporting on the events near the scene of the crime and talking to the witness as the words and pictures were broadcast live to the Mississippi Delta. The reporter asks whether the victim was still alive when the ambulance and whether he was still breathing - to which the young interviewee says "Yes ma'am. She's then asked what the victim said, and the girl replies "All I heard him say was "help me, help me. The reporter unfortunately still believes the young witness is referring to what the victim had said. The reporter continues asking questions as the girl turns looking shocked at her friend off camera.
Girl Pees Herself on Live Television Thanks to Jerk Reporter
CJ: So you got your agent, what did he do for your first scene. I was kind of worried about it at first because I knew it was a bigger site and a lot of people would see it. It was really good, it turned out good. CJ: Were you really nervous. How long did it take to reach a comfort level.
But it is a great pity that this painful experience has not softened her heart towards the suffering of lesbians and gay men," he added. Mrs Robinson caused a massive outcry in June 2008 for saying on a BBC radio programme that homosexuality was an "abomination" and that with help, gay people could be "turned around". Her comments were made in the same week that a gay man had been badly beaten in a homophobic attack. An online petition calling for Prime Minister Gordon Brown to reprimand Mrs Robinson gathered 16,000 signatures.