Professor Robert Kelly was explaining the impact of the impeachment of South Korea President Park Geun-hye during an interview on BBC when a young child opened the door of his home office. She began dancing near her father.
“I think one of your children’s just walked in,” the anchor said. Kelly tried to push the child away, but he couldn’t. That was just the beginning.
Immediately after that, an infant in a walker entered into the room. He was followed by a distressed woman who was supposed to control the children during the interview. The professor wasn’t able to elaborate any ideas as the woman tried to take the kids out of the room.