TV3 reporter Kim Vinnell tracks down Laneway live cross bombers video

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Kim Vinnell tracked down the two young men who interrupted her live broadcast on Monday night's episode of Story.

The two men who interrupted a live television broadcast with the f-bomb have said female reporters should not attend the Laneway Festival if they do not want to get hassled.

TV3's Kim Vinnell went back to speak with the two men who interrupted her live cross from Auckland's Laneway musical festival during Story on Monday with vulgar taunts.

The pair said they were "friendly giants" who were just playing a "friendly joke", however they said a male presenter would have been better suited to covering the event.

The two men said they were just playing a "friendly joke".
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The two men said they were just playing a "friendly joke".

"Next time, have a male presenter when going into a Laneway festival because s*** like that gets pretty hectic," one of them said.

READ MORE: TV3 reporter describes Laneway Festival live cross as 'the worst'

He apologised for the incident and blamed alcohol as a factor.

Journalist Kim Vinnell described her live cross as the 'worst' in her 10 year career.
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Journalist Kim Vinnell described her live cross as the 'worst' in her 10 year career.

Vinnell has spoken out about her uncomfortable Story live-cross that aired on Monday night.

"My live-cross and the F-bomb seems to have got a bit of traction online," she said in a video statement shared on Story's Facebook page.

The reporter said she wasn't "terrified", despite using that word in a post.

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Kim Vinnell has issued a video response to her Laneway live cross.

 - Stuff

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