Enthusiasts A father freaks out live on the BBC

10:20  21 april  2020
10:20  21 april  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Confined with her husband, Marwa Loud freaks out: "I want to strangle her!"

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The writer Ivor Baddiel published on Twitter a video entitled "A pleasant moment, a man interrupted by his son live on television" in which he is interviewed on the BBC. During this one, he is effectively interrupted by his son who enters his office. The moment is not pleasant, however, since the offspring is copiously insulted by his father.


A great classic in this period of confinement we would say (insults aside, perhaps). Obviously, it did not take more for the sequence to make the joy of social networks ... before we discover that it was actually a nice montage as confirmed by the presenter of the program, Reeta Chakrabarti. "For those who are still in doubt, this is not real ...", she reacted on Twitter.


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