Many said that it was a brilliant trolling inspired by Matrix glitch and some also said that "Tenet is real", referring to the 2020 Chistopher Nolan movie. Credit: Twitter

For television and digital media journalists working outdoors, recording a good piece to camera (PTC) is not easy and most of the time needs more than one take to finish. Recently, a BBC reporter was photo-bombed by a duo in the most unusual way that lead the reporters as well as the netizens completely amazed.

BBC News reporter Joe Tidy was recently recording a PTC on a serious issue in Frankfurt, Germany when two kids decided to pull off an epic photo-bomb on camera. They walked backwards in such an unison that it will make you think for a moment that the video is running in rewind. All this unfolded as Joe Tidy unaware of what was going on behind him was busy delivering his PTC to the camera.

Joe noticed the blooper only when the footage was put up on the editing table and was left in laughter. Taking it to Twitter, Joe share the clip with the following caption “Congratulations to the two lads who sneakily ruined my best piece to camera from a recent filming assignment in Germany. Honestly I’m not even mad, this is inspired. Didn’t even spot it until in the edit.”

Watch the video here:


Many said that it was a brilliant trolling inspired by Matrix glitch and some also said that “Tenet is real”, referring to the 2020 Chistopher Nolan movie.



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