Professor Robert Kelly appeared on the BBC on Friday to discuss the recent impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
— Robert E Kelly (@Robert_E_Kelly) March 10, 2017
Normally, such an interview wouldn’t really have gone viral, but this isn’t a normal case.
Apparently, the professor, who’s an expert on South Korea, forgot to close his office door, allowing his daughter to dance right into the room in the middle of the interview. And, as if that wasn’t embarrassing enough – for him, at least – his daughter called in some backup, letting his younger sibling waltz in on a baby bouncer and all.
Here’s the actual live footage below straight from BBC News:
When live TV goes wrong…This BBC guest's children become the stars of the show.
Posted by BBC News on Friday, March 10, 2017
The video went viral almost immediately as it went up, and has since been viewed millions of times, much to the probable embarrassment of the South Korean expert.
If child behavior experts needed any proof that children really does have an instinctual understanding on when it’s least convenient for them to suddenly appear, then this is it.