Giant bird masterfully photobombs weather forecast during live broadcast

12 January 2018 @19:16 | Mashable
A picturesque view of the San Francisco Bay was suddenly interrupted by a giant bird on Friday. KTVU's Mark Tamayo 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. continue...


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