World cracks up as kids crash father’s live BBC interview
Working from home can be hard and with so many distractions it really is difficult to stay put.
And the perils of working from home were caught on Live TV as Robert E Kelly, an academic based at a South Korean university was trying to shed light on the South Korean president’s impeachment. But his children had something altogether different in mind.
As he talked about the globally important issue, his toddler barged into the room, knocked down a few books.
When live TV news interview is interrupted by two kids and the world's most panicked nanny https://t.co/arVHCuOE1w
— Steve Coats-Dennis (@blondsteve) March 10, 2017
Then came in another little one in a bouncer- knocking down a few things and finally forcing dad, Kelly, to break into a smile, reports international media outlets Guardian and Independent among others.
And finally, on cue, a panicked woman walks into the room ninja style, looked towards the camera with alarm and set about extracting both children from the office.
The video, originally intended to be a serious interview about a blooming world issue, ended up making thousands of people laugh on social media.