Imagine presenting the serious news of floods in Pakistan live and your mouth is watering? That is what happened to the journalist Farah Nasser, Anchor From broadcaster Global News CanadaLast Monday 29
“Pakistan has never seen an uninterrupted monsoon cycle like this. Eight weeks of uninterrupted monsoon. A national emergency has been declared…” she said. At this point, the presenter swallowed the fly but continued to deliver the news.
“It’s announced… weather… extreme weather is scary?”, she said live while struggling not to alert viewers.
The video went viral on social media and the presenter herself shared the snippet on Twitter: “Sharing because we all need a laugh today. I swallowed a fly in the air today.”
In a statement to CNN, Farah said: “When I finished I felt it vibrate in the back of my throat.”
Watch the moment:
Sharing because we all need a laugh these days. It’s not just a thing @FordNationI swallowed a fly on air today.
(A very first world problem considering the story I’m introducing). pic.twitter.com/Qx5YyAeQed
— Farah Nasser (@FarahNasser) August 29, 2022
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