There's no getting around kids, ain't it? And the kids nowadays are so beyond control, you'd think you were better off without them. Don't believe us? Look at this dad's plight. Robert Kelly, a professor of political science at Pusan National University in North Korea, was in the middle of a very serious BBC interview about South Korea. Talking to the BBC anchor, the professor was live on video from his home.
And bang! His young kid sauntered in like a boss, fidgeting with whatever he could find in his way and planted himself right behind his father. When the BBC anchor couldn't keep a straight face and pointed out the kid, a visibly embarrassed Kelly tried to shoo away the kid. But no! The kid's brother too walked in his walking pram! Their dad was probably regretting his decision of working from home when the mother/nanny dashed in to the rescue!
The video has gone crazy viral since then and has over 30 million views on Facebook. Twitterati is beside itself with reactions. Even actor Tom Hanks couldn't help sharing the hilarious video.
No Fake News here! Hanx. https://t.co/xHbPx50u8H— Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) March 10, 2017
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Kids are adorable but let’s admit, they are also a pain in the ass!