The BBC News guest’s unfortunate caption has the internet in suspense

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Viewers saw the funny side of the BBC News comment, which innocently describes the woman’s job title.

Claire Connelly, chief financial officer of a Sunderland-based bottling company, took center stage after an interview on social media.

The poorly worded caption included her name, followed by her job name and company name, “Clearly Drinks,” according to Metro reports.

The placement of words caused the audience to laugh.

Amy Van Gaar tweeted with a screenshot of the caption: “Well that’s not very nice what to say about someone at BBC News.”

The tweet has now had over 26,000 likes.

Amy Van Gaar tweeted with a screenshot of the caption: “Well that’s not very nice what to say about someone at BBC News.” The tweet has now had over 26,000 likes

Other Twitter users responded to the post with the same fun:

Other Twitter users responded to the post with the same fun. “Who can blame her after the past few years?” Kidding Neil Collins

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“I don’t mean you,” wrote Andrea Koszewski, mocking the terrible political events of the past few weeks and the cost-of-living crisis.

Katie Morgan joked:

Katie Morgan joked: “I actually think ‘clear drinks’ would look great on my tombstone. I’ve always wanted the ‘smell of cheap wine and perfume’ but now I’m not sure.

Entertaining comments were quickly called up by other users, including an appearance by Helen Dudney, consumer expert at The Complaining Cow, at BBC Breakfast in 2014.

Entertaining comments were quickly called up by other users, including an appearance by Helen Dudney, consumer expert at The Complaining Cow, at BBC Breakfast in 2014.

Other Twitter users responded to the post with the same fun.

“Who can blame her after the past few years?” Joking Neil Collins.

“It’s been a tough two weeks for all of us. Can we really blame her?” Jenny May added.

“I don’t mean you,” Andrea Koszewski wrote, mocking the political turmoil surrounding Prime Minister Liz Truss and the cost-of-living crisis.

Another person said: “It’s no surprise in the economy,” while one Twitter user wrote to Ms Connelly, “She should be protected at all costs.”

Katie Morgan joked, “I actually think ‘clear drinks’ would look great on my tombstone. I’ve always wanted to ‘smell cheap wine and perfume,’ but now I’m not so sure.”

Other users were quick to call up entertaining comments, including an appearance by Helen Dudney, consumer expert at The Complaining Cow, at BBC Breakfast in 2014.

Clearly Drinks has been making bottled beverages in North East England since 1885