Reporter Gets the Fright of Her Life By 'Video-Bomber' During Live Broadcast
Los Angeles news reporter Wendy Burch jumped and screamed when she noticed the man standing right behind her during a live broadcast.
This Los Angeles news reporter got the fright of her life when she was “video-bombed” during a live broadcast.
Wendy Burch, a reporter for KTLA, was wrapping up a story about potential locations for the Olympics when a man appeared behind her and held a pose.
Moments later, she spotted him – and screamed in shock. And he seemed to get a fright too.
Unable to finish the report, she threw back to the studio.
Wendy was a good sport about the incident and took to Twitter to laugh about it.
On Facebook, she added: "On her Facebook page she states, "I've gone viral, baby! At last count, getting the bejeezus scared out me live on the KTLA Morning News has received over 500,000 views."
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