Max Kellerman from ESPN is accused of making his way through a six-minute segment

Max Kellerman of ESPN denied breaking the wind in the air of his daily sports talk show, although the video evidence suggests something else.

The incident occurred during Monday & # 39; s broadcast of First Take, the show on which Kellerman appears alongside Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim.

During a segment in which the two men discussed the first game of the NBA playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors, Kellerman can be heard showing a loud cough.

But an astute viewer of Reddit noticed that the cough seemed to be an attempt by Kellerman to cover up flatulence.

Alleged farts can be heard at 3:06, 4:46, 5:08, 5:11, 5:27, 5:37 and 5:50 points

Max Kellerman (right next to Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim on Monday's first Take program on ESPN) is said to have been aired several times during the broadcast

Max Kellerman (right next to Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim on Monday's first Take program on ESPN) is said to have been aired several times during the broadcast

Kellerman was in the middle of an animated discussion about the NBA playoffs when the alleged flatulence occurred

Kellerman was in the middle of an animated discussion about the NBA playoffs when the alleged flatulence occurred

Kellerman was in the middle of an animated discussion about the NBA playoffs when the alleged flatulence occurred

When watching the video, a loud, audible fart can indeed be heard at the 5:50 mark of a YouTube clip of the segment.

On social media, viewers have identified at least six other cases in which Kellerman has reportedly passed gas.

For anyone scrolling through the YouTube clip, alleged farts can be heard at the numbers 3:06, 4:46, 5:08, 5:11, 5:27, and 5:37.

Asked about the alleged disruption in his digestion, Kellerman denied that he was the source of the windiness.

Despite chatter on social media, Kellerman denied on Tuesday that he was the cause of the farts

Despite chatter on social media, Kellerman denied on Tuesday that he was the cause of the farts

Despite chatter on social media, Kellerman denied on Tuesday that he was the cause of the farts

On Twitter, a social media user wondered if Kellerman's farts were as bad as the Golden State Warriors, who lost in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Los Angeles Clipper

On Twitter, a social media user wondered if Kellerman's farts were as bad as the Golden State Warriors, who lost in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Los Angeles Clipper

On Twitter, a social media user wondered if Kellerman's farts were as bad as the Golden State Warriors, who lost in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Los Angeles Clipper

For anyone scrolling through the YouTube clip, alleged farts can be heard on numbers 3:06, 4:46, 5:08, 5:11, 5:27 and 5:37, according to this social media user

For anyone scrolling through the YouTube clip, alleged farts can be heard on numbers 3:06, 4:46, 5:08, 5:11, 5:27 and 5:37, according to this social media user

For anyone scrolling through the YouTube clip, alleged farts can be heard on numbers 3:06, 4:46, 5:08, 5:11, 5:27 and 5:37, according to this social media user

& # 39; How did I miss this, Max Kellerman tried to cover his fart with a cough & # 39 ;, tweeted a Twitter user, smiling at a few emoji & # 39; s & # 39; to the point of tears & # 39;

& # 39; How did I miss this, Max Kellerman tried to cover his fart with a cough & # 39 ;, tweeted a Twitter user, smiling at a few emoji & # 39; s & # 39; to the point of tears & # 39;

& # 39; How did I miss this, Max Kellerman tried to cover his fart with a cough & # 39 ;, tweeted a Twitter user, smiling at a few emoji & # 39; s & # 39; to the point of tears & # 39;

Justin Enriquez tweeted: & # 39; Max Kellerman tries to cover his fart while he coughs while in the air, is the funniest thing I've seen (and heard) today & # 39;

Justin Enriquez tweeted: & # 39; Max Kellerman tries to cover his fart while he coughs while in the air, is the funniest thing I've seen (and heard) today & # 39;

Justin Enriquez tweeted: & # 39; Max Kellerman tries to cover his fart while he coughs while in the air, is the funniest thing I've seen (and heard) today & # 39;

& # 39; Just before I left the set I saw this, just before the last commercial, and I tried to listen to it and I couldn't hear it & # 39 ;, Kellerman told the ESPN Dan Le Batard Show on Tuesday night.

& # 39; Even when you played it, I couldn't hear it.

& # 39; But let's say there was noise, I don't know who did it.

& # 39; It wasn't me, that's all I can tell you. & # 39;

On social media, viewers could not giggle at the sound of Kellerman's alleged farts.

& # 39; How did I miss this, Max Kellerman tried to cover his fart with a cough & # 39 ;, tweeted a Twitter user, who laughed a few emoji & # 39; s & # 39; to the point of tears & # 39 ; added.

Justin Enriquez tweeted: & # 39; Max Kellerman tries to cover his fart with a cough while in the air, is the funniest thing I've seen (and heard) today. & # 39;

& # 39; He really tried to cover it up & # 39 ;, tweeted Gaurab Aryal, who also added some smiling emoji & # 39; s.

& # 39; Dubs or Max Kellerman & # 39; s fart … what smelled worse? & # 39 ;, tweeted another Twitter user.

& # 39; Dubs & # 39; is the nickname for the Warriors, who lost in Game 2 of their series against the Clippers.

The series is now 1-1 knotted.