BBC News guest’s interview goes viral after unfortunate job title in caption leaves viewers in stitches

A BBC News guest’s interview has gone viral after the caption under her name left viewers in stitches.

Clare Connelly, the chief financial officer of a bottling company, has become an internet sensation after her business name appeared to give viewers the wrong impression.

A segment with Clare Connelly stated her company name 'Clearly Drinks', leaving viewers guessing what it meant


A segment with Clare Connelly stated her company name ‘Clearly Drinks’, leaving viewers guessing what it meantCredit: BBC/Twitter

The caption identifying the guest included her job title and the name of her Sunderland-based firm ‘Clearly Drinks’.

A picture of the caption appeared on social media probing what it really meant, garnering hilarious responses from the audience online.

In a post on Twitter, Amy Van Gar wrote: “Well now, that’s not a very nice thing to say about someone, BBC News.”

More than 26,000 people have since liked her comment and the picture.

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One person said: “After the last few years, who can blame her?”

Someone else said: “Hardly surprising with the economy how it is.”

Another wrote: “I mean, wouldn’t you.”

One witty person said: “I actually think ‘clearly drinks’ would be amazing on my gravestone. I always wanted ‘smells of wine and cheap perfume’ but now I’m not so sure.”

It comes as BBC Breakfast’s Jon Kay was left mortified after suffering a nightmare wardrobe blunder live on air.

The 52-year-old’s first official day on the job as a permanent co-host was postponed last week after he tested positive for Covid.