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Hurricane Ian: Florida reporter put a condom on her microphone

An extremely dangerous one cyclone Category 4 Ian was classified as announced by the US National Hurricane Center (NHC). The cyclone is located about 125 kilometers southwest of Naples, Florida, USA, with winds of up to 220 kilometers per hour. It is worth noting that its power supply network Bucket collapsed late Tuesday night (27/9) and the entire Caribbean island was left without drift after his passing cyclone Ian, which caused great destruction in the western part of the country, bringing strong winds, rainfall and flooding.

Florida reporter Kayla Gayler, who was covering the event, was the subject of commentary on Twitter, because of the strange looking microphone he was holding.

The NBC2 reporter was reporting the latest news on the weather phenomenon from a parking lot in Fort Myers, Florida. The conditions were extremely adverse… The camera “caught” her having passed into her microphone a… prophylactic.

Naturally, the reporter went viral, with users’ comments catching fire. As the journalist herself explained, “The use of protection in reporting is often necessary due to the weather conditions,” Gayler was quick to respond with her story on Instagram.

“A lot of people have asked me what is that on my microphone. It is what you think. A condom. Helps protect equipment. These microphones should not get wet. It’s windy and raining a lot so we have to do what we have to do, which is to put a condom on the microphone,” said the reporter.

Geller’s colleague Jeff Butera shared a close-up photo of Geller with her microphone on Twitter. “WE USE PROTECTION IN REPORTING ON THE CYCLONE” the post’s caption said. “There’s no better way to keep a microphone dry,” the reporter explained.

Source: News Beast

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