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Hilarious moment teen gatecrashes live BBC report on PM race and mocks presenter; The excited youth interrupted the live BBC political broadcast by mocking the presenter.

Byline: Charlotte Hadfield

This is the hilarious moment a live BBC broadcast was gatecrashed by an excited teenager cracking jokes in front of the camera.

Political editor Tim Donovan was giving a political broadcast when the youngster jumped in and mocked him.

And despite trying to push him out of the way, the animated teen who is on the phone in the footage, took over the broadcast.

The newsreader who was sharing figures of a parliament constituency said: "He was ahead with a 12,000 majority lead," reportsMirror Online.

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The boy interrupted jumping about repeats: "TWELVE THOUSAND!"

Then as the newsreader explained: "it's now down to 5,000", the boy repeats the same figure, and then ends it with "it won't happen again".

The boy can't resist screaming the phrase into the camera with a delighted look on his face.

"It's now down to 5,000," Tim tried to carry on professionally ignoring the youngster.

"FIVE THOUSAND!" the mystery boy screamed.

"But it won't happen again," the last line was too much for the teen who the jumped in front of the BBC host and screamed it into the camera

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A defeated Tim tried to push the boy out of the way as the camera cut back to the studio, where a female newsreader was sat trying to stifle a smile.

ATwitteraccount under the name of Balcony Shirts, a company in Uxbridge, tweeted a video clip of the hilarious moment.

He added: "Always nice to see Uxbridge on the BBC. Especially when they let the locals have a crack at presenting."

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with a delighted look on his face.


The teen who is on the phone took over the BBC live broadcast

The youngster who is on the phone took over BBC presenters live broadcast

The teen took over the BBC broadcast while he was still on the phone

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Publication:Crosby Herald (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 22, 2019
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