He may be a veteran broadcaster, but Alan Jones proved he can still fall prey to an awkward radio gaffe or two.
The 2GB presenter was left seriously red-faced after wrongly awarding a caller a $2,000 cash prize.
The 77-year-old stuttered in alarm, 'Oh... I'm sorry. I've stuffed up!' before sheepishly explaining to the listener that she would not be getting the cash.
'Oh, I'm sorry. I've stuffed up!' Alan Jones, 77, accidentally awarded a radio caller a $2,000 prize
To win the money, callers have to answer the phone with '2GB For Me' or '4BC For Me' within the first five rings.
Joanna from Blackhurst answered her call with the standard 'hello' instead - meaning she didn't win the money.
But in his enthusiasm, Alan shouted breathlessly: 'Is that Joanna? Joanna from Blackhurst! You've won two thousand bucks!'
The presenter then paused and began to frantically backtrack.
I take it back! The 77-year-old stuttered in alarm, 'Did I get it wrong?' before sheepishly explaining to the listener that she would not be getting the cash - because she answered her call by saying 'hello' instead of '2GB For Me'
'Oh shh.. I'm sorry. You