An NBC sports presenter lost his temper on live television when he began berating the network's anchor of the London Olympics for allowing the coverage to run seven minutes late.
Dan Hicken, the sports director at First Coast News, an NBC affiliate in Jacksonville, hit out at anchor Bob Costas for interrupting his air time with a tape-delayed broadcast, USA Today reports.
"He does it every four years. Bob doesn't know that 12 o'clock means 12 o'clock," Mr Hicken's said on live television.
"It doesn’t mean 12:02, it doesn’t mean 12:04, it certainly doesn’t mean 12:07.
"Bob, when it’s 12 o’clock, you say goodnight. You don’t care because you’re sleeping right now."
He continued to say that his team was working hard for him considering they were "NBC family".
"I’m glad we had the little gymnast girls. I’m excited about it. I’m glad we got to interview Michael Phelps six times," he said.
"It's just starting, mark my words Jacksonville. Tomorrow, it'll be 12:09, 12:11, he starts to push it that Bob does."
Mr Hicken's finishes his rant on a light-hearted note by saying that he actually loves Mr Costas and he is "a great broadcaster".