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Reporter Calls Out Man For Shouting "F@&k Her Right In The P#$!y" During Her Live Broadcast

Ban all men, do it on live TV. NSFW language ahead. UPDATE: one of the men has been fired from his job.

Posted on May 12, 2015, at 7:33 a.m. ET

CityNews Reporter Shauna Hunt was covering Toronto FC's game on Sunday, when a fan decided to shout the crude phrase into her mic.

She paused her broadcast to confront the men about their behavior, asking them "you would humiliate me on live television?"

However the men defend their actions "I don't care, it is f#$king hilarious."

Hunt shared video of the incident on Twitter and thanked followers for their support.

Here's the FHRITP confrontation from the TFC game last night. Please retweet http://t.co/Lrot7E9fUQ

Wow. Thanks for all the support! This happens to reporters across North America. Hopefully people will think twice before harassing us.

Even the local police department have got involved.

Our media partners should not have to deal with #FHRITP. Cause Disturbance seems to apply. http://t.co/qxwek6SLnW

You can watch the full video of Shauna's amazing take down here:

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MLS has released a statement saying it is thankful for the fans who stand up "against such sexist behaviour."

MLSE statement addressing company actions following Sunday’s incident:

680 News Toronto is reporting that one of the men seen harassing Shauna Hunt in the video has been fired from his job.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.

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