Fox News’ Brit Hume Accidentally Left A Porn Tab While Posting A Screenshot Of His Computer

#SexyVixenVinyl is now trending on Twitter.

Fox News' brit hume and his wife
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#SexyVixenVinyl is now trending on Twitter.

Fox News analyst Brit Hume tweeted a screenshot of a browser tab he was looking at, and in the process, appears to have accidentally revealed that he was possibly looking at pornographic images at the time, Mediaite reports.

On Tuesday, Hume tweeted a screenshot of a page from the website electionbettingodds.com, which showed that particular website’s analysis of potential winners of the Democratic primary, the Republican primary, and the general election. Specifically, Hume appeared to have been looking at a comparison between the expected results for Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, and Mike Pence.

Hume’s tweet was utterly anodyne, showing nothing but the website’s front page. Hume’s own caption was also entirely mundane and nothing more than his summary of the website’s analysis.

“Biden now clear favorite in betting odds as of 5:30 a.m. Tuesday,” he wrote.

It was just one of dozens, if not hundreds, of tweets from political pundits that are posted every day offering users’ thoughts on the latest bit of news concerning the upcoming election. Or at least, it would have been if Hume had not made a pretty glaring mistake when he posted the tweet.

If you look closely, you can see that Hume was using tabbed browsing at the time. One tab was open to the website he was citing. Two others appeared to belong to his bank. One appeared to have something to do with coronavirus.

And another bore the name “sexy vixen vinyl.”

Apparently after it was up for several hours, the tweet was deleted. However, nothing that is ever posted on the internet is truly gone, and several users have shared screenshots of the tweet.

In case you were wondering, a Google search of the terms “sexy vixen vinyl,” once everything related to Brit Hume is discarded, reveals several retailers showing scantily-clad models wearing lingerie.

For example, the first hit a Mediaite writer came up with was a website offering a “sexy vixen vinyl” lingerie set, complete with an attractive model demonstrating the set, for $15.37 (29 percent off).

As usually happens whenever someone makes an embarrassing goof on Twitter, users are gently ribbing the news analyst for his mistake.

“People keep laughing about the sexy vixen tab but honestly my first thing was ‘who banks at SunTrust?'” wrote one snarky user.

If fact, Twitter users were having so much fun with Hume’s mistake that, at one time on Tuesday morning, the hashtag #sexyvixenvinyl was a trending topic on Twitter.

Hume, for his part, has since posted the Election Betting Odds screenshot again, this time without his browser tabs visible.

As of this writing, he has not responded to the controversy regarding the tweet that showed a potential porn tab left open.