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A recent BBC live interview featuring Professor Robert Kelly on the serious subject on the impeachment of South Korea President Park Geun-hye got unexpectedly hilarious when the interviewee’s kids intruded upon the unlocked room and crashed the interview.
A video of the interview was uploaded into YouTube and hasbeen circulating on Facebook.
In the video, the professor can be seen attempting to maintain a straight face, even as his adorable daughter in yellow jacket waltzed up to him after opening the door.
At one point, even the host who was interviewing the professor via Skype had to stop and acknowledge the gaffe, saying: "... I think one of your children has just walked in."
Attempting to keep his cool, the professor gently nudged his daughter who then proceeded to sit down beside him, not knowing that her younger brother had also followed her into the room on his baby stroller.
At that point, even Robert himself chuckled and apologised.
The scene only got more comedic when his wife dashed into room in a hectic fashion to try and remove the adorable, albeit unwanted guests from her husband interview.
Meanwhile, the kids could be heard crying outside the room even as the interview went on.
The video shared by BBC News themselves on YouTube, has since went viral and garnered over 2.5 million views as of Mar 10, 2017.
Said one netizen:
"She (the wife really flew in the room, dragged the kids out and crawled to shut the door.
"This is absolutely hilarious."
Watch the video below and try not to laugh.