Mark Chapman Prank

December 20, 2011 by staff 

Mark Chapman Prank, No sooner had the 38-year-old host of the station’s 606 football phone in programme blurted out the joke name when he realised his error and apologised.

The gaffe drew an ovation lasting almost one minute from the live audience watching the show at the BBC’s Philharmonic Studio in Salford, Manchester.

Announcing listeners’ messages sent to the programme on Twitter, Chapman confidently began: “I McHunt says Alex Ferguson … oh no.”

After a crescendo of laughter, applause and cheering, the host, affectionately known as Chappers, admitted the mistake, saying: “Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. Oh no.

“I apologise to everybody listening. You’ve got me – it’s the oldest one in the book. Seriously though, I’m not even facing you lot at the moment because I’ve gone so red.

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