Working from home may have its perks, but things turned endearingly wrong for a professor as his toddlers suddenly decided to barge in while he was being interviewed live on a BBC news program.
Professor Robert Kelly, a political science professor at Pusan National
University in South Korea, was giving an analysis about Park Geun-hye's
impeachment when his children decided to check what daddy was doing.
I will be on @BBCNewsMedia / @BBCWorld in 10 minutes to talk about the Korean impeachment.
— Robert E Kelly (@Robert_E_Kelly) March 10, 2017
"There was an unexpected distraction for Professor Robert Kelly when he was being interviewed live on BBC News about South Korea," the BBC said in its website, where the adorable clip was uploaded on Friday.
In the video, a little girl clad in a yellow sweatshirt and a baby in a walker enter the room where Kelly is speaking with a BBC news anchor, then a woman frantically chases after them in a bid to save the political expert's interview.
The woman was Kelly's wife, said a Daily Mail report.
Despite the interruption, Kelly just managed to keep his composure and completed the interview successfully, the BBC caption noted.
On his Twitter account, Kelly remarked that he hoped it would not get "weird" if the video went viral.