The Hollywood actor, who appeared in the X-Men films, revealed it was a sex scene from hit TV show True Blood and seemed perfectly relaxed about the unexpected exposure. "Thanks for the giggle!"
Pujols double helps Angels defeat Mariners
The flip was high and caromed off Ramirez's glove, allowing Cowart to reach on the error and the Angels to pull within 2-1. Jean Segura went 3 for 5 while Yonder Alonso and Jarrod Dyson each put up a pair of base hits in the losing effort.
Presenter Sophie Raworth was reading the news, unaware that she had been upstaged by the footage.
Her husband and co-star Stephen Moyer also saw the amusing side and replied on her post by writing, "This is fantastic and making me very happy".
"In response to the BBC, who said they are investigating the situation, wrote: "'looking into the matter'?
The host had no idea the steamy clip was being watched behind her - and the colleague with his headphones in clearly did not realise 3.8m people could see his screen. "What's there to look into my t**s photobombed the news because someone was watching #trueblood in front of camera".