BBC reporter accidentally vents out his frustration over the job on air; video goes viral
A video of a BBC correspondent was caught live venting out his frustration thinking he went off the air is making rounds on social media.
A video of a BBC correspondent named Dan Johnson was caught live venting out his frustration thinking he went off the air goes viral.
In the video, Dan Johnson can be seen reporting on Afghanistan, and suddenly, a power cut disrupts the live telecast.
Waiting for some moments, he assumes he went off the air and can be heard saying, "This job, man, this job!"
But unfortunately, he was connected and venting out his frustration went live. Watch the video.
The video was shared by Dan himself on his Twitter handle and reminded everyone that always assume to be on live on air, no matter whatever goes wrong in between.
The viral video has gathered more than 1.5 lakh views and netizens found it very hilarious.
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