BBC Interview Goes Awry When Kids Come Into the Picture

By Chris Ariens 

Robert Kelly, an associate professor at Pusan National University in Busan, South Korea was doing an interview by Skype with the BBC today about the removal from office of South Korea’s president, which has sparked rioting.

It was 8 O’Clock Friday night. His Skype-enabled computer is in a bedroom. His kids were just down the hall, and they decided to get in on the action. “Pardon me. My apologies,” said Kelly.

“Robert thanks. You’ve got some children who need you,” said the BBC anchor wrapping up the segment. WATCH: