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This man's very serious BBC interview was interrupted by his kids barging into the room

The kids don’t give a TOSS about politics in South Korea.

CHILDREN ARE A blessing. Sometimes.

bbcworld Source: Facebook/BBC Newsbeat

Professor Robert E Kelly was on BBC World News earlier today via Skype, speaking about politics in South Korea.

It was all going fine until Prof Kelly’s two kids decided to come in and see what their dad was up to. Chaos ensued.

Posted by on Monday, 27 January 2020

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robertkelly Source: Facebook/Newsbeat


turbobaby Source: Facebook/Newsbeat


Obviously it could all have been handled a little better, but that’s live TV for you. Needless to say, the moment has already been watched millions of times, and has become a meme:

Tweet by @Marie Le Conte Source: Marie Le Conte/Twitter

Well, we’ll be laughing at this for the rest of the day.

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