Imagine being a working parent on an important call. Just as it's your turn to speak and make a point, your young kids burst into your office and make a scene. Now, imagine that you're a renowned political science academic and that your phone call is a live webcam interview with BBC News.
That's precisely the awkward situation Robert E. Kelly found himself in last Friday. While sharing his expertise about North and South Korea, Kelly's toddler daughter strutted into his office right up to the computer, the baby rolling in just seconds later, with Mom sliding in like a superhero to save the day.
The hilarious video instantly went viral. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out here:
Not everyone was amused, however. Click through the slideshow to see why some people were a little thrown off by the Kelly's actions.