TV station accidentally airs clip of meteorologist cursing on set

   Mar 18, 6:03 pm

New York, Mar 18 (ANI): A meteorologist in US was caught on air ranting in abusive language and storming off the set, in a segment that was accidentally aired on a TV station in Colorado.

The video shows Rachael Plath delivering a weather report on Wednesday on KRDO-TV when the graphic behind her began to change - apparently, before she was ready, the New York Daily News reported.

"Son of a b----, why is this happening?!" Plath said before storming off the set of the Colorado Springs station.

The segment was pre-recorded and not meant to air, a KRDO producer told The Huffington Post, citing "failing equipment" and an "editing mistake" as the reasons for the gaffe.

The 15-second video has been viewed more than 300,000 times on YouTube. (ANI)

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