Scotsman dropped kilt on live TV
Police are investigating after a Scottish rugby fan exposed himself on a live BBC show.
The Scot dropped his kilt on Friday's evening news programme BBC Wales Today, ahead of Scotland's clash with Wales.
Gail Morris Jones, the programme's editor, said: "BBC Wales Today is a live programme and unfortunately one rugby fan got carried away with the moment.
"We always strive to ensure that our contributors act appropriately and we know that many people will have been offended. We sincerely apologise for any offence caused."
Inspector Tony McAlinden from South Wales Police said: "We have had calls and are investigating at the moment.
"We are clearing up after a heavy night in South Wales, it was one of those rugby nights."
The clip has become a YouTube hit and had received more than 40,000 views by Sunday morning.
Scotland were defeated 31-24 at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.