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We're all too aware of the perils of live television. Remember the baby who interrupted her father's very important piece about South Korea?
Or how about the dog who managed to gatecrash a news broadcast in Russia? And spare a thought for that poor A-level student.
Well, a man who was protesting against Brexit live on BBC News has managed to turn the tables and make his appearance on TV a nightmare for the director.
During an interview outside the Houses of Parliament on Theresa May's Brexit draft, a man appears at approximately 11:44 am holding two anti-Brexit signs.
What usually occurs in these situations is that the director will simply order the camera operator to change the shot to not show the protestor.
Except this protestor seems to have a bit of knowledge about camera shots and how they transition, which leads to a hilarious game of chase on live television.
@tpgcolson @Sathnam 😂😂😂 — Matt Johnson (@Matt Johnson)
@SimonNRicketts @Biggreenbooks That's not just any old protester - it's celeb protester Steve Bray. He has stood ou… https://t.co/gUG87ZT6nv — Arvo McPart (@Arvo McPart)
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