I work in the traffic center of a radio station.   I sit around for hours at a time with police scanners on listening for any accidents that may occur.  Other tools I have at my disposal are police websites and four TVs that are constantly showing different local channels  (if there’s a bad wreck, TV stations are usually all over it).  Since I’m listening to police scanners, the TVs are always muted.  However, we do get to follow what’s going on via closed captioning.  Now, I don’t know how often people who aren’t deaf use this feature, but it can often be a source of accidental humor.  See, the people who type  up the closed captioning are sometimes prone to typos.  While most of the time this only results in the misspelling of a name or the occasional omitted word, sometimes it can be much, much worse.