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KDVR anchors react after a photo of a man's penis is shown on live TV. (KDVR)

Fox affiliate KDVR, a Denver TV station, accidentally aired a photo of a man's penis during a broadcast about the helicopter crash in Seattle Tuesday.

Shocked viewers captured the embarrassing segment and it was quickly circulated via YouTube, Vine and Twitter. 

Anchor Kirk Yuhnke is speaking and scrolling through photos when a picture of a man standing with his genitals exposed appears on screen for a few seconds. His colleagues gasp in horror before regaining their composure.

KDVR later issued an apology for the error, saying it came not from the tablet the anchor was using, but from the control room. The station said immediate steps were being taken so it would not happen again. You can read the station's statement out the incident on KDVR.com.


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KDVR's Facebook page has been flooded with people asking about the incident and poking fun at the on-air flub.

A YouTube video of the incident has been removed, but it's still available through other social media outlets. To watch a Vine video of the incident, click here -- please note, this is uncensored and not safe for work. A longer version of the video is available on Deadspin's website here, again, the video is uncensored.