And before you accuse Stanfield of a smutty turn of mind, you may want to see the video yourself.
Dutton: "When my son was teething, he used to take the big, fat rubber end of my vibrating toothbrush." Her demonstration of what her teething son does with "the big, fat rubber end" of her vibrating toothbrush, and accompanying facial expressions, leave uncomfortably little to the imagination.
But the intention of the anchor of "The Morning News" on Global Saskatoon was sincere enough. She was only talking about how her child would ease his teething pain with the "big fat" end of her vibrating toothbrush, and before you know it, what was meant a parenting advise had turned into a full blown NSFW pantomime.
Watch Dutton sigh: "Oh yeah, that feels good. That hit the spot," and watch Stanfield's absolutely gobsmacked reaction: "What! Did the boy really say that?"
Some people are so innocently clueless that they run into awkward situations effortlessly.