ABC Execs Flag 'GMA3' Host DeMarco Morgan's Racy Pics, Ask Him to Delete Them
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According to multiple reports, ABC honchos think that the photos, featuring the news anchor wearing skin-tight biker shorts, are embarrassing for himself but also the entire news organization.

AceShowbiz - ABC honchos are reportedly not impressed by "Good Morning America 3" host DeMarco Morgan's recent photos featuring him wearing skin-tight biker shorts. If new reports are to be believed, staffers are kind of irked by the photos.

"Executives at the highest levels of ABC have flagged the photos internally," a source tells The Post. The insider adds, "It leaves very little to the imagination."

Citing sources, TMZ, meanwhile, claims that several of the network's anchors and correspondents have urged Morgan to take down the photos, in which his bulge was on display. However, the news anchor, who was tapped to replace T.J. Holmes, has yet to comply as he thinks they overreact to the harmless snaps.

The executives think that such racy pics make for an uncomfortable fit for the family-friendly image of ABC's corporate parent Disney. Additionally, some ABC heads think that DeMarco's photos are not only embarrassing for himself, but also for the entire news organization.

The news outlet also points out that ABC News has a moral clause that requires employees to act with due regard for public morals and conventions and won't do anything that makes ABC the subject of contempt, scandal and ridicule. Disney has a similar clause which reads, "Be responsible in your use of social media. Use online tools in a way that is consistent with our company policies."

ABC doesn't give DeMarco any repercussions for his post so far. However, that doesn't stop people within the company from making a fuss about it.

Posted last month, the controversial photos saw DeMarco posing with his bike while wearing a bike helmet, pale green cycling T-shirt and moss-colored Spandex shorts. Fans quickly took to the comments section to joke about his package with one saying, "Sir, we can see your… NVM [nevermind], great pics!" Another wrote, "Yup! I zoomed in! #DontJudgeMe." Someone else added, "Shots like this should be outlawed because I damn sure zoomed in."

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