An enthusiastic passer-by interrupted a live BBC broadcast across the pond by performing an array of dance moves whilst reporter, Nada Tawfik discussed the snow storm that has swept Manhattan.
The dancer shuffles into view of the camera and waves whilst Nada describes the measures taken to keep Manhattan ticking after a severe weather whiplash, just before Spring
Whilst the correspondent discusses the snowstorm and explains that fifteen-hundred snow ploughs have been working on clearing the area, the interrupter performs a delightful ensemble of moves before disappearing out of shot and on with his day.
Viewers of the segment took to social media to express their delight, laughing at the BBC’s unfortunate expense.
The hilarious full segment can be seen below.
People on Twitter reacted
That guy that just did the running man in the snow behind the BBC News reporter in Manhattan.
— Matty Mac 🇬🇧🇵🇭 (@MattyAzkalero) March 14, 2017
Big up the guy in Manhattan doing the running man in the background of the BBC news report 😂
— Jay Fry 🕴 (@Jay_Fry) March 14, 2017