BBC Interview Turns Hilariously Awkward After THIS Happens
During a live news segment covering a very serious topic, a very hilarious moment unfolded for millions of viewers.
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Professor Robert Kelly was being interviewed by BBC News about recent political developments in South Korea, when suddenly a child burst through the door of his office—exposed for all the world to see on live TV:
But that was only the beginning of the awkward flub as a second person bursts into the room, this time a toddler in a baby bouncer:
“And what would it mean for the wider region,” said BBC’s news anchor as the child walked in, “I think one of your children has just walked in—shift…shifting, shifting sand in the region….”
Professor Kelly then attempts to move the child out of the room as nonchalantly as possible, unable to hide his grin:
“I would be surprised if they do,” continued Kelly, at this point clearly in acceptance of the little intruders.
Unfortunately for the professor, things were about to get much weirder:
Suddenly, what appears to be the children’s mother or babysitter barges into the room, scrambling to gather up the kids and evacuate.
The ensuing havoc creates so much background noise that Professor Kelly is forced to stop talking, only offering a few “pardon me’s” and “my apologies” as the woman finally slams the door shut.
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