Berlingskes correspondent Kristian Mouritzen experienced something close to a journalistic nightmare, as he is on Saturday night from a hotel room in Munich had made himself ready to offer his knowledge in the direct DR-program 'Deadline'.
He had made up his Skype ready, sound was checked, and the light was okay. But then there was suddenly something that made the experienced journalist to stiffen. From the neighbouring room somebody in the hotel he could: through the thin wall to hear the sounds of moaning and other sounds, did not he was in doubt. There were grown was called sex in the neighbouring room somebody.
Kristian Mouritzen has put an ad out on his Facebook profile, where he describes the unusual episode.
'So they sat down to a Saturday night at his hotel in Munich at 22.30 and was waiting to get through on Skype to Niels Krause-Kjær 'Deadline' ...
And then came the disaster.
I stayed in a hotel with paper-thin walls. And in the next room had the couple timed it so that they started with lørdagshygge at the time, where I was at. 30 sec. it sounded in my ears from Copenhagen, and it meant that there was 30 seconds to the whole of Denmark would see me red in the head and in a feverish anxiety that certain sounds would get through to the viewers in Copenhagen.'
But Kristian Mouritzen can now breathe a sigh of relief. That was not the audible sounds of the alleged sexual intercourse in the neighbouring room somebody in the 'Deadline's broadcast, in which Kristian Mouritzen from the hotel room in Munich explained about a security conference in the same city.
'Deadline'-the host Niels Krause Kjær has in a comment under Kristian Mouritzens posting on Facebook written: 'You seemed cool'.
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from Kristian Mouritzen.