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WKRG-TV employee gets shocked by stun gun in news report

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WKRG-TV broadcast a report about how their assignment editor and camera operator Brad Gunther volunteered to getting shocked by a stun gun as part of the Mobile Police Department's Citizens Academy program during their local 10:00 p.m. news program ("WKRG News 5 at 10:00") this past Tuesday, May 20th, and during their local morning news program ("WKRG News 5 This Morning") this past Wednesday, May 21st (one of the news presenters for the morning news program called him "crazy" for volunteering while introducing the report for the program while another one would jokingly say the explosion in the report was Brad Gunther exploding after the report the broadcast again later in the program).

You may access the report on the official World World Web site for WKRG-TV through the following link:

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