BBC expert's kids interrupt very serious live stream by acting up in the background

PHAMMIHNGOTPublished: March 10, 20171 views
Published: March 10, 2017

Two little children managed to cause hilarity when they interrupted their BBC expert dad's live stream.

Robert Kelly of the Department of Political Science at Pusan National University gamely struggled to deliver his expertise about the South Korean president's impeachment as his two kids burst into his office and started acting up.

In the hilarious clip, BBC News presenter James Menendez attempts to carry on with the interview as the elder child, wearing a bright yellow jumper and a grin, walks up behind their dad and starts fiddling with a toy.

Robert, ever the consummate professional, tries to block his child from the camera - but the youngster isn't so easily discouraged.

Then the younger one, presumably sensing mischief, scoots in behind Robert in a walker and bashes into the desk, making an absolute racket.
Just to compound the disaster, a woman - possibly the children's mum or nanny - does a mortified shuffle into the room and grabs both kids, yanking them out in a flurry of embarrassed activity.

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