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Curious children videobomb father's BBC news interview

By Daniel Uria
Curious children videobomb father's BBC news interview
Professor Robert Kelly did his best to keep his composure while his two young daughters burst into his office as he was being interviewed by BBC News. Kelly maintained his focus on the camera while his daughters wandered around the room until their mother arrived to drag them out. Screen capture/BBC News

March 10 (UPI) -- A professor was interrupted by his two young daughters while taking part in a video interview with BBC News.

Professor Robert Kelly was being interviewed by BBC News about the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye when his young daughter burst into the room.

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The toddler, dressed in a yellow sweater and soft pink glasses, confidently opened the office door and swaggered up next to her father as he continued his interview.

"I think one of your children has just walked in," BBC Presenter James Menendez pointed out with a chuckle.

Determined to maintain his focus on the task at hand, Kelly pushed the young girl back a bit while keeping his eyes trained on the camera.

The situation soon escalated as Kelly's younger daughter wheeled into the room in a baby walker.

Shortly afterward the girls' mother came careening into the room to drag the two mischievous children out while crouching down in an attempt to avoid the camera's view.

With the children out of view, Kelly apologized for his family's interruption as his wife reached up from the ground and shut the door to restore his privacy.

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