Woman forced to abandon live TV interview after microphone pulls down her bra
Live television can be a very risky business. Even if you're a seasoned pro, the notion that "anything can happen" is something anybody in front of a rolling camera must be aware of.
With the entire world watching, even the smallest things - things that would only be slightly embarrassing if they occurred on the street or at work - can seem life destroying.
For one cleaning expert, known simply as Mrs. Hinch, she quickly discovered that live television was the worst place for a wardrobe malfunction to occur.
This is the moment Mrs. Hinch discovered just how heavy TV microphones can be:
In the clip, Mrs. Hinch can be seen clutching onto her chest as she attempts to give a live home cleaning demonstration. Realising the weight of the mic was pulling down her bra and that she was in danger of spilling out of her top, Hinch runs off the set before the show had even cut to a commercial break, in a desperate bid to protect her modesty.
Recalling the incident, which occurred on a September edition of ITV's This Morning, Mrs. Hinch told hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby:
"They [the microphones] weigh a tonne! I don't know how you do it. I'm thinking to myself, 'It's live. Don't panic. Am I gonna fall out on the cooker?' I didn't know what was happening.
"And then the worst thing is, we hadn't even stopped filming and I'm running off!"
But this certainly isn't the most embarrassing moment to ever occur on the popular live show.
Last year a woman appeared on the show to discuss that her dog had stopped eating meat out of personal choice and that it had become a "vegetarian". To test this, the show set up two bowls; one containing a delicious meat feast, and the other containing vegetables.
Needless to say, the owner was left incredibly red-faced:
Like they say, anything can happen on Live TV!