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Porn is live streamed during broadcast of Novak Djokovic’s court case as the hearing is hijacked

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Novak Djokovic’s court case didn’t exactly go as planned.

It began with technical glitches and even porn being streamed on the broadcast as users hijacked the public live stream.

The world No.1 tennis player is set to find out today if he will stay in Australia and play the Australian Open next week or be deported, having previously seen his visa denied upon landing at Melbourne last week.

Djokovic’s lawyers began proceedings at 10am local time on Monday, Jan 10, as they presented their case to Judge Anthony Kelly as to why his visa should not have been denied given he had been granted a medical exemption.

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Members of the public were able to tune into the court hearing online via a link but it seems the servers couldn’t cope with the number of people logging into the live feed as it crashed several times.

By 10.45am the public could finally tune into the proceedings but it disappeared momentarily again come mid-day.

At the start of the proceedings, an old link to broadcast over Microsoft Teams was hijacked with pornographic pictures and techno music before an alternative livestream set up by Federal Court staff crashed when the world’s media tried to log in.

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