In the pantheon of on-air anchor bloopers, Miami's Diana Diaz's flub may not be the worst -- but as first spotted by SFLTV, it did carry the unmistakable whiff of incest onto the South Florida morning airwaves.
While Diaz and WSVN co-anchor Christine Cruz exited a clip involving a frog and lizard, Diaz meant to ad-lib a line likening the lizard's face to the one her colleague sometimes makes about her children. But the words went horribly awry as the pair dissolved into giggles -- and a welcome commercial break. (Watch video of the moment above).
The incestuous funny wasn't the only golden moment in South Florida broadcasting this week. NBC Miami sportscaster Joe Rose -- no stranger to on-air moves -- did The Sprinkler for about 14 seconds on-air after delivering baseball highlights:
Check out some of the funniest news bloopers of all time below:
Stand at the top next time.
There must be more to this.
Wait for the end.
Because they will be messed with.
Sleep deprivation can have that effect.
Thanks for letting us know, though.
Rodney Stanger is the most cunning of criminals.
Ice always wins.
We have no words.
Whoever threw that had some pretty good aim.
She got there in the end.
Don't worry, he said it won't happen again.
Think of all those who are allergic.
Ice is 2-0 so far.
Give her a break, Shep.
"The Internet, what they're going to do with this one!"
He's good at snowball fights.
Some great ad-libbing there.
In her defense that guy is a big arsehole.
The cameraman even got involved in this one.
Good story, guys.
Might want to stand farther to the side of the road.
Ah, the infamous grape crushing fall.
But he finally sheds light on the story.
At least they're mature about it.
We'd actually rather she didn't elaborate on that.
At least the kids were having fun.
It was quicker than walking all the way around the camera.
A quick map edit takes care of it, though.
And Nancy Grace isn't happy about it.
Was this planned? We don't really care.
At least he made the report more interesting.