Ince makes rude gesture at fellow pundit Chris Sutton on morning show

BT Sport is forced to apologise after former Manchester United star Paul Ince was caught making rude gesture at fellow pundit Chris Sutton on morning Premier League show Early Kick-Off

  • Former England star made the gesture at fellow pundit Chris Sutton on BT Sport
  • Ince made the lewd hand sign before the show cut to ads this morning
  • BT Sport’s Early Kick-Off programme apologised after the advert break
  • Many were left furious, with some commenting that children were watching 

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince has been slammed after making a lewd hand gesture on BT Sport this morning.

Ince looked down the sofa at fellow pundit Chris Sutton to make a crude hand sign before the Early Kick-Off programme cut to an ad break on Saturday.

BT Sport apologised to viewers for ‘a certain rude gesture’ when the show returned from the ad break, but many were left furious.

Paul Ince (second left) makes a lewd gesture at Chris Sutton (right) on Saturday morning on BT Sport beside Robbie Savage (left) and Peter Crouch (second right)

Twitter users were furious by the Saturday morning crudity, one simply commented ‘oops’

One Twitter user wrote: ‘Children watch that show ya weirdo!’

Paul Ince, who played for England from 1992 to 200, was sacked as Blackpool manager in 2014

Another simply said, ‘What a cheek just low life no class.’

Peter Crouch and Robbie Savage, their fellow commentators, appeared to smile as Ince gestured at Sutton, who did not acknowledge the hand shaking. 

It is not the first time BT Sport has issued an on-air apology for out-of-line pundits.

In 2013, David Ginola made a rude gesture while standing behind host Jake Humphreys.

Humphreys had made a joke about the Frenchman’s clothing and when the host turned his back, Ginola made a gesture with his hand.

Ince, who played for England from 1992 to 2000, was sacked as Blackpool manager in 2014.

He has appeared frequently as a pundit since then.

BT Sport’s Early Kick-Off show starts at 10am and runs until 12pm on Saturday’s before the Premier League’s first match begins.


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