Journalist interrupted by pig while reporting on floods; Twitterati burst into laughter!

Journalist interrupted by pig while reporting on floods; Twitterati burst into laughter!

Journalist interrupted by pig while reporting on floods; Twitterati burst into laughter!

There are many unexpected twists and interruptions that television journalists may encounter during live broadcasts, and the latest example of it is a Greek reporter, whose live report was constantly interrupted by a pig. We have a pig here that we were chasing this morning ... people, sorry, I do not support (yet) because it bite me.

During the live telecast of Good Morning Greece, a pig made a decision to chase Lazos Mantikos and the video of the live telecast went viral right away.

Just ask Lazos Mantikos with Antenna TV, who was trying to do a story on flooding in the resort town of Kineta when he was met by a curious pig that was a real attention hog.

A Greek TV correspondent sent to cover waterfront flooding in Kineta on Monday was gotten on video being pursued around by a clearly lovestruck pig.

"Good morning, we have an issue", said Mantikos on the "Good Morning Greece" show from CNN affiliate ANT1.

The segment begins with studio journalist Giorgos Papadakis introducing the reporter.

"We have an issue here", shouted the journalist to the presenters, "There is a pig here and he has been chasing us all day", he said to the laughing presenters as the pig nipped at his trousers.

"Now let's go to Kineta where (people) are counting their wounds". Lazos Mantikos is there. "This is about (wanting) that one moment of fame".

Three people died across Greece on Monday as storms battered the country, Reuters has reported.

Kineta, a seaside town west of Athens, saw his badly damaged road network by falling rocks and gardens buried in the mud, the news agency.

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