All of us who have worked from home know the perils of working with family around us and how disastrous it can be.
But it was nothing but hilarious for political-science professor Robert E. Kelly, who’s kids not only crashed his interview with BBC, but did it on Live TV.
Kelly, who is a political science professor at South Korea’s Pusan National University was discussing the South Korea impeachment scandal via Skype when one of his toddlers innocently just walked into the room dancing as she did.
But even as he tried to ignore the kid and get his point across, his second child, who was much younger and not even walking, rolled in on a squeaky walker.
Even before the hilarity of the situation had sunk in, their mother, Jung-a Kim, burst into the room, skidding around a corner and frantically trying to herd away the kids out the door.
By this time Kelly had completely lost his bearing and once again tried to get things back on track as his wife quickly closed the door behind him.
Unfortunately for Kelly, the interview by then had gone viral and wouldn’t be forgotten anytime soon.
Here is what happened,