​ABC checking on presenter’s wellbeing after expletives shouted during Adelaide news bulletin

An ABC radio presenter shouted an expletive twice during a late-night news broadcast in Adelaide before being abruptly taken off the air.
The national broadcaster has said it is investigating the incident and making sure the staff member is OK.
The presenter of Saturday’s 10pm bulletin appeared not to be following a script and struggled through an introduction to the first story about a Covid-19 outbreak in Queensland.

 “There’s been more problems with Brisbane, after a more Covid restrictions in the city. Here’s the report,” he said. The audio for the story was then played but after about 10 seconds the presenter could be heard shouting “fuck off”.