Weather forecaster embarrasses colleague with St Paddy’s Day joke – as she responds ‘she means beer’

Weather forecaster embarrasses colleague with hilarious St Paddy’s Day joke – as she responds ‘she means beer!’

  • ABC6 Philadelphia meteorologist Karen Rogers created a buzz on social media after she stated her co-worker, Jessica Boyington enjoys double-fisting
  • Boyington quickly attempted to clarify that she meant double-fisting beer – holding a beer glass in each hand
  • The studio erupted in laughter while Boyington requested the embarrassing clip not be shared on social media

A local news reporter managed set the studio abuzz after she made a risque comment, all while presenting the weather forecast on Friday morning.

Philadelphia anchor for ABC6 News, Karen Rogers made an early morning remark  about her colleague, weather girl, Jessica Boyington, suggesting that Jessica likes to ‘double fist’.

‘….and to another woman who liked to be double-fisted but in a different way, Jess,’ Rogers stated as she completed her forecast and handed over to her co-anchor during the St. Patrick’s Day broadcast, all while holding two remotes controls in her hands.

‘She means beer, she means beer,’ Boyington flatly responded, suppressing laughter, as she attempted to riff off the drinking-related holiday remark.

Philadelphia anchor for ABC6 News, Karen Rogers made an early morning remark about her colleague, weather girl, Jessica Boyington, suggesting that Jessica likes to ‘double fist’

Boyington was taken aback but quickly attempted to make light of the gaffe and explain that it was a reference to her liking to hold two glasses of beer in her hands

Karen Rogers, meteorologist for 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia was camouflaged against the green screen

Karen Rogers, meteorologist for 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia was camouflaged against the green screen

‘She means beer!’ she repeated, this time shouting across the studio. ‘Don’t put me on YouTube! My God!’ she demanded.

Boyington quickly attempted to make light of the gaffe and explained that it was a reference to holding two glasses of beer in her hands. 

She then jokingly requested that the footage not be uploaded to YouTube.

The request, however, was widely ignored the video going viral within minutes of it being uploaded to Twitter. 

The short clip racked up more than 750,000 views – likely far more viewers that would have been watching the 5am broadcast.

In the U.S. the term, ‘double fisting’ is a crude slang term that refers to the practice of holding two alcoholic beverages at once and drinking them simultaneously. 

The term, as in this case, can also refer to an uncomfortable-sounding sexual act which is what created the studio uproar during Friday morning’s live broadcast.

Karen Rodgers held  two remote controls in her hands while talking about ‘double-fisting’

Boyington jokingly requested that the footage not be uploaded to YouTube

Jessica Boyington (far left), a weather and features reporter for 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia, is shown with colleagues Katherine Scott, Tam Edwards, Alyana Gomez and Karen Rogers, far right

Jessica Boyington (far left), a weather and features reporter for 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia, is shown with colleagues Katherine Scott, Tam Edwards, Alyana Gomez and Karen Rogers, far right

Jessica Boyington as seen in photos from her Facebook page

Jessica Boyington as seen in photos from her Facebook page

Boyington is pictured in a publicity shot from her social media accounts

Boyington is pictured in a publicity shot from her social media accounts 

Boyington, is often seen with a drink in at least one of her hands. She recently got engaged

Boyington, is often seen with a drink in at least one of her hands. She recently got engaged 



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk