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Watch: 2 young children interrupt father’s live interviewWhile Robert E. Kelly, a professor of political science in South Korea, answered some questions during an interview with BBC World News, two of his children rushed into the room and interrupted the live broadcast. Kelly was very embarrassed and it took him a few moments to regain his focus after the interruption.
A BBC World News interview was briefly interrupted today (Friday) by a young girl. The embarrassing incident happened when the girl’s father, Robert E. Kelly, a professor of political science in South Korea, was being interviewed about the South Korean court’s ruling to uphold the decision to impeach the country’s president.
Kelly’s daughter entered the room from where he was live on BBC World News and started dancing enthusiastically. The host mentioned to Kelly that his daughter had joined the broadcast. While the embarrassed professor tried to push her away from his desk, another one of his children strolled into the room in a baby walker.
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Seconds later, a woman rushed into the room mortified and quickly removed the children.
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