“It’s currently foggy right now with a 95 percent chance of crow.” One weather reporter got a surprise live on-air when his segment was crashed by an uninvited visitor.
Mark Tamayo was hosting the 4pm weather newscast on Thursday afternoon for KTVU in San Francisco when a bird peered into the camera.
The footage was streaming live from the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands when the animal popped in to say hello.
The reporter was delivering the weather forecast in front of a live shot of the city when out of nowhere a bird’s beak appeared. He then peered all the way down from above and looked directly into the camera.
Fearing for his life, Tamayo backed away from the green screen, and the bird — seemingly bored with the weather forecast — left the shot shortly after.
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