Robert E Kelly's kids crashing his BBC interview is without a doubt the funniest thing you'll see this week
When Robert E Kelly - professor of political science at Pusan National University - was asked to discuss the impeachment of South Korea's president on BBC News, he was pretty excited. He tweeted about it and everything.
Sat in his home office dressed in a smart navy suit and red tie, his webcam perfectly positioned - he was ready for his moment in the spotlight.
Everything was going swimmingly until, well, his kids turned up.
As all parent's know, children very rarely respect boundaries (or personal space, or quiet time), and Robert E Kelly's children are no different - happily bounding into their father's office, totally unaware that he was in the middle of a career-defining interview!
The whole thing quickly decends into farce (seriously, the world's top comedy writers couldn't have written it better) - as Kelly's oldest child (who looks to be around three) is quickly followed by a rather speedy baby in a walker and, finally, a frantic-looking woman, who tries - and fails - to bundle them out with minimum commotion!
The whole interview descended into chaos (Credit: BBC)
The video, which was posted on Twitter by Joe.co.uk, has now received over 22,000 likes, and has cheered up an otherwise pretty dull Friday!
So, all that's left to say is, ENJOY!