I'm still surprised when the word bloody is bleeped/cut or even aplogised for.
A darts player said the word in an interview the other night and the presenter apologied and asked him to watch his language. It was then bleeped on the repeat.
I would just take the p and start talking about nose bleeds and bloody noses
Credit to the beeb though. Twice in live broadcasts over the last few days (Christine Bleakley on The One Show and a female Australian sprinter) the word bloody has been uttered and it wasn't apologiesed for which is a refreshing change.