TICKER look at this! Viewers of Sky Sports News were put under a spell of hysterics when the rolling headlines streamed out gibberish.

A wonky-worded warning that the “speel cjeck is nott work sing anymora” entertained armchair sports fans as it repeated itself along a dodgy ticker at the bottom of the screen.

Interesting breaking news on sky sports news 🤣 pic.twitter.com/P3plqEzOJX

— Neil Grant (@NGrant007) November 5, 2019

I don’t think Sky Sports News’ spell check is working anymore… pic.twitter.com/KH4NvaD7y2

— Ross Gregory (@rossgregory9) November 5, 2019

Sky’s ticker shocker made the broadcaster look like a real basket case with its timing, as the presenters were discussing the NBA.

But it lightened the mood on social media as fans rushed to tease the news that was breaking bad.

Ticker taunts included the understated: “I don’t think Sky Sports News’ spell check is working anymore…”

SPICY TIKKER

Another suggested it must have been a quiet hour for sport, saying: “Interesting breaking news on sky sports news.”

And a third also teased the broadcaster, joking: “Sky Sports breaking news is really scraping the barrel right now.”

The spicy ticker came a day after Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane also faced some unexpected language – on his acting debut.

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The Manchester United legend was told to “f*** off” during a cameo as a Cork City supporter in hit BBC3 comedy series The Young Offenders.

Keane got the robust response after asking juvenile japers for a fish meal.

And his amusing but not amused grim face suggests all will be tickerty boo if he ever wants to extend his acting career.