This guy was just attacked by a giant spider on BBC News and didn’t even blink

Alexandra Haddow
Saturday 24 August 2019 10:00
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A man was attacked by a giant spider on BBC news and didn't even react.

Well, we say attacked. It was on the screen but gave very '1950s horror film' vibes.

Councillor Graham Campbell was on the programme to discuss Glasgow University's decision to give back £20m of slave trade profits. He stayed strong as the beast circled him throughout the live broadcast, what a hero.

It's not the first time BBC has endured a funny blunder live on air, with Guy Goma, a man in the building for a job interview, was mistaken for a live interviewee and broadcast live on air. Hilarious. We hope he got the job.

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