During a live BBC interview, a professor from a South Korean University was interrupted when two children came storming into his home office. The hilarious incident has since gone viral on the Internet.
Professor Robert Kelly, from Pusan National University was talking about South Korean President Park Geun-hye being forced out of office when the door to his office opened up behind him.
A small child with sunglasses on came strolling into the room and walked up to Professor Kelly. After being notified by the BBC presenter that a child had walked into the room, the professor continued his explanation on the topic of the South Korean president. He began nudging the young girl away.
At the same time, a second child entered the room. A baby in a walker came bouncing into the room. Almost immediately, a frantic woman came sprinting into the room and grabbed the two children. The professor continued to speak on the matter while looking at the camera.
The woman took the two children out of the room and crawled back in to close the door.
Presenter James Menendez tweeted, “Hard to keep a straight face.” and “Yes, it was the desperate reach for the door at the end that nearly did it for me …”