MIAMI - JULY 15: Meteorologist Daniel Brown monitors the progress of Hurricane Claudette at the National Hurricane Center July 15, 2003 in Miami. Claudette was lashing the coast of Texas with heavy wind and rain. Winds of 75 miles per hour accompanied the storm's center in the Gulf of Mexico 125 miles east of Corpus Christi, Texas. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A weather reporter at WSET in Lynchburg, Virginia named George Flickinger had to explain why his station aired tornado warnings during an NBA playoff game back on May 12th.

Even though the warnings AND the game shared a split-screen, people called in to complain.  He aired a couple of the calls during the video and it’s interesting to hear how mad the guys are, even though they still saw the game.

Ironically, this is the same reporter who was fired from a station in Tulsa back in 2006 for breaking into an NFL game to warn people about dangerous wildfires.