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Backlash after kids gatecrashed dad’s BBC interview

Some people aren't happy with how he treated his children.

A dad’s live interview with the BBC went viral last week after his children appeared in the background.

BBC correspondent Professor Robert E. Kelly was midway through a live skype interview from his home in Busan, South Korea with the BBC World studio when his cheeky children interrupted him.

While the early comments on the video saw the humour in the situation:

https://twitter.com/lizzieohreally/status/840211029493702656

Not everyone thought it was funny:

https://twitter.com/siobhanvivian/status/840201908652404737
https://twitter.com/ArnoBihel/status/840217398812782594
https://twitter.com/twolinepass/status/840229092763009024

Or is this just how all these viral things go and we’re just starting the ‘backlash phase?’

What do you think?

This article first published on Practical Parenting.

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