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An Arizona TV company has described itself as "dismayed and disappointed" that some cable viewers of its Super Bowl feed were treated to a short excerpt from a grumble flick "just after the last touchdown by the Arizona Cardinals".

According to the BBC, the offending clip "showed a woman unzipping a man's trousers, followed by a graphic act between the two", inserted somewhere between Tucson-based KVOA-TV's output to local cable outfits and the public.

Company prez Gary Nielsen insisted: "When the NBC feed of the Super Bowl was transmitted from KVOA to local cable providers and through over-the-air antennas, there was no pornographic material."

Shocked sports fan Cora King explained to the Arizona Daily Star: "I just figured it was another commercial until I looked up. Then he did his little dance with everything hanging out."

Nielsen assured: "KVOA will investigate what happened and make sure our viewers get answers."

Whatever the truth, it's evident that KVOA will not be able to attribute this particular outrage to a "wardrobe malfunction". ®

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