A dog in Russia grabbed a reporter’s microphone and ran away during a live broadcast. Nadezhda Serezhkina from Mir TV was giving a report on the weather in Moscow when the dog suddenly appeared and stole her microphone from her hand!
Serezhkina shouted at the naughty dog to stop as he ran away and chased after him.
Stunned anchor Elina Dashkueva watched on in the news channel’s studio and didn’t know what to say at first. “It looks like we have lost the connection to our correspondent,” anchor Elina Dashkueva told viewers. “We will try to connect with her momentarily.”
No doubt the colorful blue and yellow microphone resembled a toy to the dog and was too irresistible to resist. I mean, in dog language when you hold such an item up in your hand you are wanting to play, no? That’s what the dog’s owner said afterwards.
Her dog, named Martin, mistook the newscaster’s colorful microphone for a toy.
Serezhkina appeared on camera shortly after with the microphone in her hand and Martin by her side to reveal that “no one was injured,” but that “the microphone took a bite or two.”
A dog in Russia grabbed the reporter's microphone and ran away during a live broadcast pic.twitter.com/R1T8VZ5Kpt
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