A political professor in South Korea was interrupted by his two children while being interviewed via Skype by the BBC live on air.
Robert E. Kelly was speaking live on air, his children burst through the door of his study to interrupt a serious BBC interview about the impeachment of the South Korean President.
Mr. Kelly did his best to retain professional composure as first one, then two, children wander into the room as he shared his expertise with the world.
First, a toddler wearing a bright yellow top strutted exaggeratedly up behind him and began playing with a toy. Then a younger child enters the room to find out what all the commotion is.
As Mr. Kelly lost his concentration, a woman, trying to keep low to the ground to (unsuccessfully) avoid getting it the shot, rushes through the door and attempts to retrieve the children, grabbing both and reversing them backwards through the door.
The newsreader ends the segment by saying: “Robert, many thanks. There’s a first time for everything.
“I think you’ve got some children who need you!”
Watch it all go down in the video below:
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Via: The Guardian