It’s been a banner week for children interrupting news stations.
The latest: Children interrupted a BBC World News expert who spoke about South Korea President Park Geun-hye's recent impeachment.
During an interview with BBC World News, expert Robert E. Kelly spoke about the impeachment. Just as he was beginning to talk about the importance of democracy, a child dressed in a yellow shirt creeps into the video.
Kelly, keeping a straight face, tries to shoo the child away but to no avail.
But that’s just the beginning. Moments later, an even smaller child wheels into the room. This, of course, leads a shouting woman to rush in to bring the children out of the room, according to Mashable.
“This guest managed to keep his composure when his children interrupted his live @BBCWorld TV interview,” BBC tweeted.
Social media members tweeted jokes about the interview, which has received more than 3,000 views on YouTube in a matter of hours.
Here's Why The Viral Interview Kid Thing Is Actually Bad— Jeremy Barr (@jeremymbarr) March 10, 2017
exclusive pic of me at the end of the working week pic.twitter.com/psKsBa6Md9— David Mack (@davidmackau) March 10, 2017
https://twitter.com/SopanDeb/status/840195798797279232This isn’t the first time this week a child has interrupted a major news moment. As the Deseret News highlighted Wednesday, a child interrupted a weatherman’s forecast and presumably started passing gas.
According to Thrillist, weatherman Patrick Ellis was giving weather predictions when a young child started farting on him. The video received more than 780,000 views since March 7.
Enter every room like the kid who interrupts the BBC Skype interview.— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) March 10, 2017