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Minnesota Vikings Visanthe Shiancoe’s Naked Appearance On National TV

In one of television’s biggest blooper moments, the anatomy of NFL player Visanthe Shiancoe is revealed on national television.

After the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Detroit Lions on Sunday, Fox cameras ventured into the player’s locker room to capture Vikings owner Zygmunt Wilf presenting the game ball to coach Brad Childress and caught a little something extra -Visanthe Shaincoe’s package!

Shiancoe, Viking’s tight end, stood unassumingly behind Wilf holding a towel that apparently was not big enough to shield his manhood from the nation.

Fox did not realize the gaffe until it was too late and released this statement: “It was an obvious oversight on our part, and we apologize,” said Dan Bell, the vice president of communications for Fox.

The video clip has already been pulled from YouTube, but click here to see Shaincoe uncensored.

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Minnesota Vikings Visanthe Shiancoe’s Naked Appearance On National TV

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In one of television’s biggest blooper moments, the anatomy of NFL player Visanthe Shiancoe is revealed on national television.

After the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Detroit Lions on Sunday, Fox cameras ventured into the player’s locker room to capture Vikings owner Zygmunt Wilf presenting the game ball to coach Brad Childress and caught a little something extra -Visanthe Shaincoe’s package!

Shiancoe, Viking’s tight end, stood unassumingly behind Wilf holding a towel that apparently was not big enough to shield his manhood from the nation.

Fox did not realize the gaffe until it was too late and released this statement: “It was an obvious oversight on our part, and we apologize,” said Dan Bell, the vice president of communications for Fox.

The video clip has already been pulled from YouTube, but click here to see Shaincoe uncensored.

Categories: Movies, Sports, and TV.

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