Hurricane Irene: Dude streaks through Weather Channel live shot (video, pic, NSFW)

[Video Link] It's not a real American disaster until some drunk idiot pranks a live TV news shot. Above, Weather Channel reporter Eric Fisher gets mooned while reporting Hurricane Irene. Full frontal dong-age occurs shortly after that.

"We're in a lull..." No, sir, you're in a LOL.

Screengrab of naked guy follows (NSFW).

(thanks to all who sent this in, screengrabbage from @alexweprin and @pyromosh)


  1. I’m not sure that “depressing” is the right word for what’s going on there. Perhaps “delightful” would be more fitting.

  2. I like how frustrated he is being surrounded by revelers while trying to talk about what a tragedy the storm is. 

  3. Well really.. its just the waves you have to worry about, otherwise its just like any other large storm as long as its not higher than Category 2 I think. So your free to have as much fun as you want so long as you stay off the beach. :p

  4. If there was a God, and she was a prankster, she’d have sliced the weatherman’s head off with a piece of flying sheet metal. That’s all.

  5. Hilarious–we saw it live but we must have blinked during that part.
    We’ve got to excuse the “weather” channel. They’re in the throes of a “HURRIGASM” and continue to warn people “Do what we say, not what we do, and please send us your pictures of the storm!!”  Also, it looks like they’ve shut down any mention non-East coast weather.

    1. If the order was reversed and it read, “Foxy Wang’s”, my life would be complete. 

      The last bit of evidence I require that there is in fact a God and he has the mentality of drunk frat boy.

  6. I saw this live and had to run outside to tell my husband. He’s fairly certain I’ve been watching the Weather Channel for two days just waiting for a penis sighting.

  7. This is the only rational response to the Weather Channel hype machine.  Yes, this is a serious storm, but the relish with which the WC and other outlets lean into the carnage warrants a good mooning.

  8. Shorter Weather Chanel: “We’d like to discourage you from streaking during our live shots by reminding you that you could get killed during this very, very dangerous storm.”

    It would have been even funnier if that guy had come back with a bar of soap and stood there, full monty, while lathering up.

  9. right!  team_A:  crowd source that photo and lock down the identity of the owner of that wang.  team_B: using reverse perspective and (uh…) Bayesian Markov networks establish the centimeters of relative endowment (or CRE) +/- 2.7millimeters of that flasher.  google+ demands this information.  go… go… go!

  10. If I WERE the illegitimate weatherman lovechild of Larry David and Bob Saget, I’d partner up with Mr Moonie and make a sitcom.

  11. While it is a low category storm, there are still some dangers.  One is possible flooding, and 2 being it’s not that the wind’s blowing, but WHAT it’s blowing.  Not to mention if a power line goes down while live.  I agree with the guy saying it’s stupid to be on the roads since it doesn’t take that much to sweep a vehicle away, and the possibility o a flying brick or something going through the driver’s windshield.

  12. WOW, I’m sitting here in the DC metro {…waiting…} for Irene to strike and this video is bringing my entire household to their collective knee! We’ve watched it about a dozen times. An indelible image. BRAVO Brave Virginian!

  13. Weatherman hyperbole is the worst thing EVER!

    Nice of the camera to pan back so we could get the full view.

    1. While I appreciate that the commenter “Tony Smith” — if that was his real name — was disemcommented…. it robs my reply of its true genius.

  14. Oops–misppelled it earlier–Weather Channel is having a HURRICASM…?!
    I wonder if their advertising rates are more during these events.

  15. In a desperate bid for ratings, The Learning Channel will now present Pee-wee Herman standing in the rain and telling The Aristocrats.

  16. Typhoon time in Taiwan was the best. Fly around on motorcycles, looking at all the cool weather action, bob around in the bay getting tossed by the waves. It’s really fun and exciting to experience them. Dangerous for sure, but most fun, exciting things are.

  17. Another case of hurricane induced streaking syndrome (HISS) which clearly causes extreme happiness and severe compulsions to run streets getting naked screaming yaaaa, whoo while completely hammered :) This reporter was completely insensitive to what these brave young men and women where going through.

  18. Brilliant! Wish it happened on Fox right after Geraldo talks about how Mega-Death-Cane-Irene 2011 had killed people in front of his very eyes.

  19. I wouldn’t have minded seeing one of those morons slip & fall flat on his face or out in the open penis, since all this is so funny to some people – meanwhile other than the idiots who thought surfing was a great idea, other people have died due to this storm, that ISN’T EVEN OVER YET…..

    I see nothing funny about it, but the weather channel has become a joke, I get more information elsewhere

  20. Ok, I’m from Virginia Beach and this doesn’t surprise me – we honestly have no idea how to act during disasters.

  21. steve white asked: “if its so dangerous to be out Mr. what are you doing there?”

    Simple.  His boss told him too.  And if he refused, it would be “dangerous” to his continued employment with the Weather Channel. :)

  22. Why do T.V presenters become so pompously outraged whenever something happens that they haven’t scripted for? It’s the only time when T.V’s any use to the human spirit whatsoever. 

    1. Because being on TV having to extemporaneously spout off and sound as though you’re making sense is very, very stressful? And doing it in the face of rain and 75+ mph winds is even more so? Yeah, I think I’d get quite wound up, too.

      1. That guy could extemporise for hours – he barely pauses for breath. And he also gets paid handsomely for his ability to do it. . . 

    2. Why do T.V presenters become so pompously outraged whenever something happens that they haven’t scripted for?

      It looked to me like the WC guy was almost giggling.

      1. Truth – but why does he have to pretend it isn’t funny? Because it’s ‘setting a bad example’?

  23. something was bothering me about this little web STD.. it’s not the DB from the corporate headquarters or the fratboys on their outing.  I think it has something to do with the nonplussed nature people from the Gulf have toward these things, as opposed to this woowoo its snowing lets build a kegman atmosphere. 
      I mean, I’m not talking about treating every wall of wind that blows up on shore like its Katrina, but when the odd category two decides to suicide itselt by crashing its way up into the bible belt its something you are accustomed to.  What this video has, for me, is novelty, and not exactly in a bad way.  Enjoy your hurricane East Coast, like I’ve been enjoying my twenty some odd inches of snow every winter.  It gives me an excuse to practice my cursive too.

  24. @Steve White -“if its so dangerous to be out Mr. what are you doing there?” That’s what I was thinking too.

    1. We know theres a storm coming.
    2. Storms can be dangerous. They can also be glorious demonstrations of natures power. There is a natural inclination to check them out. 3. Mr Media guy goes there and gets pictures taken of himself in the middle of it, looking so serious.4. Other people come to check it out.5. This affronts the monopoly on observing the world he felt was his due.6. They aren’t serious and that makes him feel stupid, which he can’t admit, so he says it “saddens” him.

    They might have put themselves at risk going out there, but then again so did he. The justification of reporting is a red herring. The young dufusses had the same right to be there he did. 

  25. Reporter: “Why are you out here instead of seeking shelter?”
    Citizens: “We’re drunk! What’s your excuse?”

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