Woman flashes bum to camera and twerks live on BBC at Commonwealth Games

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A not-so-shy woman was spotted turning her bum to the camera and twerking live on BBC at the Commonwealth Games.

During the rugby sevens match in Birmingham, footage picked up a trio of women in the stands watching South Africa's win over Fiji. One of the middle was spotted with a drink, taking a swig before she looks up and notices herself spotted by the camera. All three of them cheer, before the middle one takes things to a very interesting level.

Feeling emboldened, she stands up and begins to turn her bum to the camera before doing a twerk. She then proceeds to bend over and show the cameras her backside with just her underwear on. The X-rated performance would have undoubtedly shocked viewers watching on their tellies back at home.

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The commentator says, somewhat bashfully, that there is "plenty of dancing", before the camera cuts to a shot of the stadium.

South Africa won gold at Coventry Stadium, beating their foes 31-7. First-half tries from Muller du Plessis, JC Pretorius and Shaun Williams saw South Africa surge into a 17-0 lead. Du Plessis added a second after the break and Mfundo Ndhlovu wrapped up a comfortable victory after Fiji captain Waisea Nacuqu had managed a consolation effort.

Faith Nathan scored two of Australia’s four tries in their 22-12 victory over Fiji in the women’s final. It was Australia’s first women’s rugby Commonwealth gold after winning silver on home soil on the Gold Coast four years ago.

England’s rugby sevens teams crashed out of the chance of winning a medal on the second day of competition. Both sexes were knocked out by New Zealand, meaning they are now resigned to doing purely placement games for the rest of the tournament.

England women lost 38-7 to the All Blacks, while the men crashed to 20-0. It is another loss following their defeats to Canada and Samoa. The host nation of this competition had earned bronze at the previous Commonwealth Games in Australia in 2018, marking what has been a disappointing campaign this time around.

After the loss, England’s fly-half Alex Davis said: “Obviously we’re disappointed, but I definitely think we did what we set out to do, which was to make New Zealand work, we knew they were a really great side.

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“We would obviously like to be in the knockout quarter-finals, but we’re not and now we just have to maximise the opportunities that we’ve got left and learn from what we can.”

Birmingham 2022 opened on July 28 and will continue until August 8. England are currently sitting second in the medal table, having won 13 gold, 16 silvers, and 8 bronze medals, totalling 37.

It is the Aussies who are at the top at the time of writing. The nation has earned 22 golds, 14 silvers, and 8 bronze medals. The tournament continues.

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