This hurricane weatherman was gloriously found out by the people walking behind him
Whenever there’s a terrible hurricane there’s always footage of brave (stupid?) TV reporters battling the elements to bring you the latest from the eye of the storm.
Hurricane Florence, currently battering the United States, is no different. Sort of.
— Tony scar. (@gourdnibler) September 14, 2018
Yep, looks like he’s really got the wind up.
This is… embarrassing. https://t.co/LGorIcdwRa
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 15, 2018
Guy has all the moves of storm reporting fakery down: Rocking from side to side, ear cupping, choppy sentences. https://t.co/RATpjdJ0Em
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) September 14, 2018
Maybe he skipped leg day at the gym? https://t.co/kWmHCYKMhM
— Chris Bailey (@Kentuckyweather) September 14, 2018
Wind and water-gate. https://t.co/DmBVMs7uDe
— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) September 14, 2018
— Ava DuVernay (@ava) September 15, 2018
This looks bad, obviously. But FWIW, in @MikeSeidel's defense, the channel noted that "the 2 individuals in the background are walking on concrete" while he's on wet grass, and he was "undoubtedly exhausted" from constant live shots… https://t.co/KcnxW2Ejoi
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) September 15, 2018
This video could not be more perfect. Seriously: you would think it was a sketch show parody of the news media, but it's not. https://t.co/6YCVKuNBaX
— Jeff B. (@EsotericCD) September 14, 2018
This might actually be the funniest video I’ve ever seen. https://t.co/9eETDSZbnb
— Chad Coleman (@HashtagChad) September 15, 2018
And we’d like to see this.
LOL! That’s nothing! A reporter from Fox News actually chained his self to a pole! And a female reporter just a few blocks away was just casually standing and reporting.
— Marsha Sheppard (@marshasheppard) September 14, 2018