Fans shocked as Casualty drops F-bomb gaffe

Expletive could be clearly heard in background song

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BBC Saturday night drama Casualty dropped a major clanger by accidentally airing the F-bomb, leaving viewers shocked.

Just five minutes in to last night’s episode, half an hour before the 9pm watershed, the expletive could be clearly heard in a song in the background.

The rude word is heard in the background (Credit: BBC)

It happened as Barry went to get his nails done in a salon where Scottish pop group Chvrches’ 2013 hit The Mother We Share was playing on the stereo.

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Fans heard the uncensored lyrics: “I bet you even know, where we could go.

“And when it all [bleeps] up, you put your head in my hands.”

Barry battles with the salon owner (Credit: BBC)

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One stunned viewer posted on Twitter: “Anyone notice the ‘f’ bomb in The Mother We Share by @chvrches in the background on #Casualty? This is becoming a habit.”

Last night’s explosive storyline saw the owner of the salon locking people up in the basement.

Eddie McAllister, played by Joe Ganimara (Credit: BBC)

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Barry struggled with her before the pair were knocked out, but he managed to help one of the employees escape.

Elsewhere, viewers saw the culmination of a harrowing rape storyline involving Alicia and Eddie.

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