As the East Coast of America withstood a major winter storm over the weekend, NBC 4’s Angie Goff and David Culver covered the early morning impact that snow had around Washington D.C. on Saturday. During their coverage though, something rather odd happened when they brought in a man to discuss the snow… and they completely missed what exactly he was worried about the most. In an event that WASH-FM is calling a prank, Jason Bond, who identified himself as an official with the Virginia Department of Transportation, began by talking about the increasing number of traffic and car accidents around the area. About a minute in, however, things started to take a strange turn when he said “my drug dealer and prostitute were on the way and they couldn’t get it delivered. I couldn’t believe it.” Bond alluded to the dealer and sex worker multiple times throughout the call, but Goff and Culver seemed to have no reaction to this, and the show’s producers did not terminate the call. Eventually, the show cut away to storm correspondent Adam Tuss, who waved at the camera in a way that suggests he either regained station connection, or that he was trying to warn them that they were being had.