This Reporter Can't Stop Laughing Over an 'Emergency Defecation' Story
One New Zealand journalist could not keep herself together about a specific story.
An anchor in New Zealand had a rough time holding herself together as she reported on an "emergency defecation situation."
New Zealand 3 News journalist Hilary Barry was tasked with reporting about a Malaysian diplomat who allegedly excreted on a woman’s property.
“Today could be the day I lose my job,” she said as she struggled to stop laughing duringThe Paul Henry Breakfast Show.
She kept laughing so much that she made herself cry.
The show’s anchor and her fellow colleagues could not contain themselves either.
Even more awkwardly, Barry tried to report on a separate story about a bomb explosion - but still couldn't contain her giggles. Barry assured viewers that she was not laughing at the severity of the airplane situation.
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