Robert Kelly, a Political Science professor, was recently interviewed for a segment on the BBC. Kelly was seated in his home office conducting the interview about South Korea via video conferencing. He was prepared, articulate, and perfectly dressed. Everything was going well until his kids crashed the interview!
The kids entered the office oblivious to the important meeting taking place on the other side of the door. Robert tried to keep his composure and remain engaged in the interview despite the distraction. Thankfully, the children’s caregiver (presumably their mother) barged in to pull the children away.
The video, which was released earlier today, has gone viral. It’s already been viewed millions times on Facebook, and every news outlet has picked up this LOL-worthy story.