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(VIDEO) The Funniest Video You Will See All Year When a Live BBC Interview Goes Awry

Robert E. Kelly, a political-science professor at Pusan National University in South Korea, learned during a live BBC interview that working at home has its drawbacks.

Kelly notified all of his followers that he would be appearing live on the BBC to talk about the recent Korean impeachment.

Unfortunately for Kelly that didn’t seem to matter to his adorable kids.

Thankfully for us who love to watch “bloopers,” this video is probably one of the funniest ones you will see all year.

Make sure you watch all the way to the end and see a panic stricken mom try her best to help out her husband’s broadcast.

 

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1 Comment on (VIDEO) The Funniest Video You Will See All Year When a Live BBC Interview Goes Awry

  1. Could see the man was embarrassed his children came in, literally putting his hand on the older child’s chest to push away. His actions towards his children is what he needs to be apologizing about, not them. They were only doing what children at that age do, unaware and wanting parents attention. They weren’t rude or noisy. Not the “father” type person..

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