Raikkonen, Vettel swear on the podium
The candid post-sporting event interview is a wonderful thing. The remnants of adrenaline and lack of hydration tend to cause athletes to forget what they're doing and who they're talking to and, in many cases, that they're on televisions worldwide. The advent of the internet has made this a fantastic thing because you're officially not allowed to mess up anymore without a billion people finding out on YouTube.
As far as global exposure goes, there aren't many conglomerates followed more closely worldwide than Formula 1. It's a multi-billion dollar circuit and it is scrutinized by people all over the planet. Ergo, when you say things you shouldn't in the aftermath of a race, the internet catches win.
After the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, race winner Kimi Raikkonen and third place finisher Sebastian Vettel take liberties with the microphone and swear on the podium during their post-race interview.
Take a look, but note that it's probably NSFW because... you, know... swearing.
The odds that they dropped those bombs on purpose for the sake of killing podium interviews altogether is probably pretty high. Poor David Coulthard. He was trying really hard to not find it funny.