Professor's Live At-Home BBC Interview Gets Crashes By His Kids

March 10, 2017

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Because when it rains it pours, this is another live news segment being interrupted by children. This time, Professor Robert Kelly was being interviewed by the BBC via streaming video from his home office when his children (first a toddler trying to eat a magic marker, then a baby cruising fast and furious in a roll-around walker) decide to barge in and see what daddy was up to. Eventually, a frantic woman rushes in to grab them and quickly escort them out. When reached for comment about the incident, Professor Robert Kelly asked if I had any previous nannying experience.

Keep going for the video while I teach Robert about how door locks work.

Thanks to MSA, who just tried crashing me writing this article but I'm a total professional and only forgot what I was doing for like twenty minutes.

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