Winnipeg police have apologized and launched an investigation after officers flying in a helicopter mistakenly broadcast a cockpit conversation that one person says referred to a sex act. Jason Michalyshen said three officers were on routine patrol Monday night when they inadvertently turned on the chopper's public address system.They didn't know many in the city could hear their workplace chatter which witnesses said ranged from swearing to talking about money and sex."I can assure you that members of the executive are very much aware of the sensitivity and the nature of what was broadcast," Michalyshen said.An X-rated site has offered to set up University of Mississippi football player with an adult film star after being burned twice by a former porn queen online.The Ole Miss Rebels quarterback got into a spat with Mia Khalifa -- X-rated star of such memorable classics as Mia Khalifa and Her 34DDDs and Body Made For Sex -- when he asked to Face Time the busty brunette.
"The Winnipeg Police Service, the flight operations unit and the involved members sincerely apologize to all members of the public, especially those who overheard the broadcast." Michalyshen was tight-lipped about details of the incident but said some of the remarks in the conversation were inappropriate.The matter is being reviewed by the police service and disciplinary action could be taken as a result, he said."The involved members were not able to hear the public address system from within the aircraft.They became aware their conversation had been broadcast and immediately turned the system off," he said.Khalifa asked if Kelly was drunk and when he suggested a live video chat, she responded, "Oh my God. " Pornhub has said in an open letter it was coming off the bench to help Kelly score a touchdown off the field.