It might be time for NBC to retire the underwater camera it uses for women's water polo. During yesterday's live coverage of an Olympic match between the U.S. and Spain, the underwater camera accidentally captured a player's bare breast and aired it on television for the world to see. (Warning: blurry boob ahead!)
Yup. That's a boob. In plain sight.
The network had a similar mishap with the underwater camera during a broadcast of a women's water polo game back in 2012 during the London games. That's two nip slips in two Olympics! (To be fair, water polo is vicious underwater where the refs can't see.)
Have we learned our lesson yet, NBC? Underwater cameras are all well and good for swimming and diving, but maybe let's leave them out of women's water polo.