Weather forecaster embarrasses colleague with St Paddy’s Day joke – as she responds ‘she means beer’
‘Another woman who likes to have two fists’: The weatherman embarrasses his colleague with the St. Patrick’s Day joke, and she replies ‘you mean beer!’
- ABC6 Philadelphia meteorologist Karen Rogers created quite a stir on social media after she said her co-worker Jessica Boyington enjoys double fisting.
- Boyington quickly tried to clarify that he meant beer with two fists, holding a glass of beer in each hand.
- The studio erupted in laughter as Boyington requested that the embarrassing clip not be shared on social media.
A local news reporter managed to turn on the studio after she made an off-color comment, all while presenting the weather forecast on Friday morning.
Philadelphia anchor for ABC6 News, Karen Rogers, made an early morning comment about her fellow weather girl Jessica Boyington, suggesting that Jessica likes ‘double fisted’.
“…and another woman who liked to double but in a different way, Jess,” Rogers said as he completed his forecast and handed it to his co-host during the St. Patrick’s Day broadcast, all while holding up two remote controls in your hands.
“He means beer, he means beer,” Boyington replied flatly, stifling a laugh as he tried to imitate the festive drink-related comment.
Philadelphia anchor for ABC6 News, Karen Rogers, made an early morning comment about her fellow weather girl Jessica Boyington, suggesting that Jessica likes ‘double fisted’
Boyington was surprised, but quickly tried to downplay the mistake, explaining that it was a reference to him liking to hold two glasses of beer in his hands.
Karen Rogers, a meteorologist for 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia, was camouflaged against the green screen.
You mean beer! she repeated herself, this time yelling across the studio. ‘Don’t put me on YouTube! My God!’ she demanded herself.
Boyington quickly tried to downplay the gaffe, explaining that it was a reference to him liking to hold two glasses of beer in his hands.
He then jokingly requested that the images not be uploaded to YouTube.
Of course, said request was promptly ignored, as the video has already gone viral and been uploaded to Twitter, where it racked up over 750,000 views, likely far more viewers than would have been watching the 5 a.m. broadcast.
In the US, the term ‘double fist’ is a crude slang term that refers to the practice of holding two alcoholic beverages at a time and drinking them simultaneously, but the term, as in this case, can also refer to an awkward-sounding sexual act. act which is what created the ruckus in the studio during the live broadcast on Friday morning.
Karen Rodgers held two remote controls in her hands as she spoke of ‘double fisting’
Boyington jokingly requested that the images not be uploaded to YouTube.
Jessica Boyington (far left), a features and weather reporter for 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia, shown with colleagues Katherine Scott, Tam Edwards, Alyana Gomez and Karen Rogers, far right
Jessica Boyington as seen in photos on her Facebook page
Boyington is featured in a publicity photo on his social media accounts.
Boyington is often seen with a drink in at least one of his hands. She recently got engaged