TV reporter quits with on-air profanity

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Charlo Greene's image was quickly removed from KTVA's website. (KTVA.com)
Charlo Greene's image was quickly removed from KTVA's website. (KTVA.com)

Charlo Greene’s image was quickly removed from KTVA’s website. (KTVA.com)

Anyone who has ever had a job has thought about quitting in a blaze of glory.

TV reporter Charlo Greene, a reporter at CBS affiliate KTVA in Anchorage, Alaska, actually went through with the plan.

While reporting on a medical marijuana business, Greene told viewers she owned the business and was quitting TV news to dedicate her life to legalizing marijuana.

She managed to drop an F-bomb before a producer could pull the plug on the live shot gone horribly awry.

“[BLEEP] it, I quit,” said Greene in what surely will be her last on-air appearance.

The confused news anchor offered a fumbling apology before collecting her wits and moving on with the news.

That’s quite the vocational exit, I must say. I can only imagine security was called to quickly hustle Greene out the door as shocked co-workers looked on.

Whatever happened to giving two weeks notice?

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