An Ecstatic Dog Drags A BBC Reporter To The Ground On Live Television
Live television can provide us with unexpectedly amusing moments. The same thing happened with BBC journalist Carol Kirkwood. During a live transmission on Monday morning, Ms. Kirkwood, a BBC weather presenter, was stopped by her guide dog, who was accompanying her. It was the media outlet that released the footage, as well as Ms. Kirkwood herself. There's Ms. Kirkwood, leash in hand, controlling the Labrador. Just as she's about to hit the send button, the dog chooses to bolt from the situation. As a result, the reporter, who was standing square in front of the camera, is dragged to the ground. When the event occurred, Ms. Kirkwood was at the Chelsea Flower Show covering it for BBC News. BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker and Sally Nugent both remarked, "We've got a Kirkwood down." Kirkwood's down here." The hosts inquired after Ms. Kirkwood had pulled herself up and if she was okay. She said, "Yes, yes." in response to that. Flash, she's a powerful young lady." The show's hosts and Ms. Kirkwood all laughed it off as a joke. More than a lakh people have seen the video on Twitter. Many others found it amusing and endearing at the same time.