The Hollywood actor, who appeared in the X-Men films, revealed it was a sex scene from hit TV show True Blood and seemed perfectly relaxed about the unexpected exposure.
Referring to the amount of attention she had received from fans over the incident, she said 'Now that I know what u guys were talking about this some of the funniest s*** I've seen in a while!
Video went viral of the moment a BBC worker was spotted watching the X-rated strip scene in the background while presenter Sophie Raworth read the news last week.
"Photoboobed", the 35-year-old continued. Thanks for the giggle!
Putney Bridge jogger push suspect eliminated from inquiry
Mat Knowles, the investigating officer from the Putney Safer Neighborhood Team, said in a statement. Passengers rushed out of the vehicle to help the victim, who police said suffered "minor injuries".
Paquin took to social media again to share news about the shocking incident, saying that her boobs are amusing!
Anna also joked about the BBC's reaction to what was seen on TV, questioning a statement which said they were "looking into the matter".
'What is there to look into?
She added: "ya know you've made when... your tits photo bomb the news at 10".
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A record $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot was shared in January 2016 by ticket holders in California, Florida and Tennessee. This week was also the first instance when both Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots surged past the $350 million mark.
Her co-star Evan Rachel Wood joined the whole thing, later on, saying that she wished the word "accidentally" was in quotation marks.
Anna describes the scene shown as "fairy land graveyard sex", where her character, Sookie Stackhouse, gets intimate with Robert Kazinsky's half fairy, half vampire character.
Are you surprised the actress did not take the scandal seriously?
Trump aide says Tillerson's role is diplomatic, not military
Turnbull added: "If North Korea decides to carry out some of its violent threats, then obviously bad consequences will follow". But asked whether the United States was ready if North Korea did commit a hostile act, he responded: 'We are ready'.