There's nothing like live television! An expert commenting on the South Korean president's impeachment was left red-faced (while the rest of us were left giggling) when his video interview was interrupted by his two adorable children bursting into the room, only to be chased by a woman who not-so-subtly tries to get a hold of both of them and take them out.
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As Robert Kelly of the Department of Political Science at Pusan National University discussed the recent events, the BBC News presenter noticed a child in a yellow jumper wander into the room and do a silly dance before playing with a toy. Laughing he said: "I think one of your children's just walked in". The little girl is soon joined by a younger sibling who wanders around the room in a walker before a woman runs into the room in a panic to stop the little ones from interrupting their dad's interview. Robert is the picture of professionalism as he says "My apologies" and calmly waits for the pair to be taken from the room before continuing with the discussion. The news reader finished the interview chuckling. "Robert, many thanks," he said. "There's a first time for everything. I think you've got some children who need you!"
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The two adorable children interrupted their dad's broadcast
Viewers immediately took to Twitter to discuss the hilarious mishap. "He is so cool about it… amazing dad," one wrote. Another joked: "Sums up my kids in 30 seconds." A BBC spokesperson praised Robert for his level-headedness, saying: "We're really grateful to Professor Kelly for his professionalism. This just goes to show that live broadcasting isn't always child’s play."