Seattle Anchor Derails Show After Drawing Game Takes Indecent Turn

By Kevin Eck 

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KCPQ anchor Kaci Aitchison pushed the limits of the Seattle Fox affiliate’s decency standards after failing in her attempt to draw a cannon on live TV yesterday.

Aitchison was helping the station’s director of Digital Strategy Travis Mayfield show off a new drawing game from Google called Quick Draw, which challenges the user to draw an object onscreen and knows if the object was drawn correctly.

Mayfield started by successfully drawing a bow tie. But the show went off the rails when Aitchison jumped in and tried to draw a cannon which started to look suspiciously like a penis.

“Oh that’s amazing,” said Mayfield while Aitchison tried to cover it up.

“It was a CANNON!” Aitchison told viewers after the studio erupted into laughter for a couple of awkward minutes.

“Im pretty sure that was the best television I’ve ever been a part of,” said Mayfield.

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