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Mar 13, 2017

Internet goes wild as kids interrupt BBC interview Featured

A video of a professor being interrupted by his children during a live interview with the BBC, was undisputably the most popular video which took internet by storm over the weekend.

International Relations professor Robert Kelly's interview about South Korea was briefly interrupted when his two small children walked in.

He managed to keep his composure while his wife hustled the two young ones out.

The video has been viewed hundreds of million times - and delighted hundreds of thousands of people on social media.

The entrance of Prof. Kelly’s wife - Jung-a Kim has also sparked a debate on race, gender issues and mixed-race couples with some assuming that Mrs. Jung-a Kim was the nanny.

(Video : BBC News)

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