If you’re having a bad day at work, just remember: at least you’re not the dad who was interrupted by his kids during a live BBC interview Friday morning. Robert E Kelly, a professor of political science, was being interviewed live on the BBC World channel about the South Korean impeachment. His children, however, had other ideas.

As Kelly is speaking, his children enter into the picture and a few awkward moments later, a woman frantically takes them out of the room. According to the BBC, the video has been viewed more than 10 million times on Facebook and was even shared by Tom Hanks. The video has been viewed over 590,000 times on YouTube and retweeted nearly 11,000 times on Twitter, to which Kelly replied, “Is this kinda thing that goes ‘viral’ and gets weird?”

Of course, this isn’t the first time something awkward has happened on live television. A BBC presenter was caught brushing her hair on air, another reporter used an imaginary iPad on his hand and one presenter had an autocue fail. Enjoy your newfound internet fame, BBC dad.

See how social media responded to the viral video below:

Social Media Reacts to Kids Crashing Live BBC Interview

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