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Banker Caught Looking at Topless Girl on Live Television

by girls   February 03, 2010 at 3:15PM  |  Views: 1,179

As a colleague was discussing interest rates live on Australian television, an uninterested co-worker has been caught ogling porn in the background. Oops! See the clip after the jump.

A bored employee of Macquarie Bank in Australia was caught on live television surfing the web and looking at semi-nude pictures during a live cross to Sydney’s Channel Seven newsroom. The banker, who has been identified as David Kiely, is clearly seen in the background of the shot looking at topless photos of Aussie model Miranda Kerr while his colleague Martin Lakos discusses interest rates with Channel Seven news anchor Chris Bath. The photos are said to be from the latest issue of GQ magazine.

Towards the end of the interview another colleague whispers something to Mr. Kiely, who immediately turns the camera with a guilty smirk and a look of shock and horror. Channel 7 released a statement saying, “"On behalf of our viewers, we have expressed our concern to Macquarie. They have assured us they are taking the appropriate action."  The Macquarie Group also released a statement, saying, "Macquarie has strict policies in place surrounding the use of technology and the issue arising from the live cross on Seven News is being dealt with internally." Kiely is unlikely to lose his job, but his future is in the balance.

Watch the clip below:

What do you think? Should he lose his job?

Source: Channel 7

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