She seems quite the tenses... The reporters name is Shauna Hunt - I wonder if she has a brother named Mike? I'm sure that going forward, people will be much more considerate and respectful during her live reports... http://www.sportingnews.com/soccer/...r-confrontation-vulgar-heckler-houston-dynamo It's the phrase every television reporter dreads hearing when they're on the scene, working in front of a live camera. It was a phrase that, until this weekend, Shauna Hunt of City News had never experienced during a live shot. That changed when she was out covering Toronto FC's match against the Houston Dynamo. Hunt was interviewing fans when a man interrupted her interview to say "F— her right in the p—." The following video might be offensive to some readers. This profane phrase was also what got Jameis Winston in trouble at Florida State, costing him the entire game vs. Clemson last season. As Hunt and the members of Breakfast Talk discuss, it's become prevalent everywhere, not just at sporting events. This has to stop. Whether it's harrassment that's sexual in nature or just over-the-line rudeness, the last few months have been a reminder that people deserve the right to work without being mistreated.