Televison network airs NSFW picture of Chicago Cubs mascot (Video)

Sep 14, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Chicago Cubs batting helmet sits on the dugout rail before the Cubs play the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re likely aware the Chicago Cubs recently introduced their first mascot in modern history – a loveable, cartoon-ish looking teddy bear named ‘Clark’.

The mascot, which the Cubs hope will promote more of a family atmosphere at Wrigley Field hasn’t exactly been met with welcome arms, especially in Chicago where fans have blasted the idea.

That gave Deadspin the grand idea to have fans photoshop ‘Clark’ in some less than appropriate posses, which somehow made their way onto a recent broadcast of Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic.

Just sixteen seconds into the below clip, the announcers were discussing the Cubs’ new mascot when all of a sudden, a not safe for work photo of Clark surfaced.

Clearly disturbed, the female anchor quickly informs the video crew to move to the next shot but unfortunately, the damage was done.

Now – I don’t imagine some intern who pieced together the piece was attempting to lose his ‘job’ by adding that picture into the piece, but how in the hell do you overlook that?!!

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H/T NIS

Topics: Chicago Cubs

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