[WATCH] Reporter falls into the pool during Commonwealth Games interview
Khabazela shares some of the most popular tweets, posts, and videos on 'What's gone viral'.
While commuters are waiting for the taxi to fill up at a local South African taxi rank, a praying man gets interrupted by someone selling airtime and gets a laugh from the passengers. This is one of the posts on 'Whats gone viral'.
There is a video of this guy, he is saying a prayer and the taxi is very quiet and the next minute without any warning, this hawker comes and interrupts him and says Vodacom, Vodacom, MTN. You should see the face of the guy selling the vouchers.Khabazela
What's going viral @bonglez— Jonathan Fairbairn (Khabazela) (@Jonoloud) April 12, 2018
1. Taxi prayer gets interrupted by hawker
2. BBC reporter falls into swimming pool, live on tv https://t.co/9eCIsuOxr1
3. Walmart kid makes it onto the @TheEllenShow https://t.co/uF3OwkcL75 pic.twitter.com/riDhx4V86d
A BBC journalist was doing an interview at the Commonwealth Games.
He is going to do an interview the swimming team. They are all sitting on this small little plunge pool. He is doing a live broadcast and he says he has got to be careful when he gets to the pool coz he doesn't want to damage his microphone - and it all goes wrong.Khabazela
Watch as he falls into the water...
Khabazela also reported that the Walmart boy makes it onto The Ellen Degeneres Show.
Listen below to the full interview:
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