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News reporter Billy Hogan (photo) starts his piece in front of the camera outside Albury Local Court with a local vermin behind him

& # 39; He scared my life & # 39 ;: a hilarious moment when a & # 39; serial vermin & # 39; fool a TV journalist and interrupt a live cross out of court

  • A reporter received the shock of his life after a local plague frightened him for the camera
  • Billy Hogan reported outside of Albury Court when a man came to the screen
  • The man with an AC / DC shirt and pilots made Hogan startle
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The live cross of a TV reporter out of court has been interrupted by a hilarious & # 39; serial vermin & # 39 ;.

Nine News Reporter Billy Hogan ran into his 3:30 PM deadline, with a final piece in front of the camera to submit out of court in Albury, New South Wales, before completing the day's work.

& # 39; It was about 3.20 and we tried to get it done quickly & # 39 ;, Hogan told Melbourne 3AW Breakfast on Tuesday.

Hogan settled down and started on his rules before he filled his words and sighed with frustration.

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& # 39; Some days are better than others, this was about seven take, & # 39; he said.

News reporter Billy Hogan (photo) starts his piece in front of the camera outside Albury Local Court with a local vermin behind him

News reporter Billy Hogan (photo) starts his piece in front of the camera outside Albury Local Court with a local vermin behind him

His recording may not matter, because moments after his blunder a local character appeared at the back of the police station and Hogan came into the spotlight.

& # 39; I look at the camera and the next that he (the cameraman) looks out of the viewfinder and looks past me and I turned to the right and there he was, & # 39; said Hogan.

& # 39; He definitely scared my life. & # 39;

The man, dressed in an AC / DC t-shirt and airmen, slid straight into the frame, while Hogan jumped in fear.

The man is in the picture, Hogan jumps in shock (photo)
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The man is in the picture, Hogan jumps in shock (photo)

The man is in the picture, Hogan jumps in shock (photo)

& # 39; It was quite a fun time, & # 39; said Hogan.

The man was known to the news crew that he was hanging around the field, whether he had a case or not.

& # 39; He is a serious plague. He is always there for some reason, & # 39; said Hogan.

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But his conclusion to the news bulletin was not all that the perpetrator was behind, Mr. Hogan complimented his hair and asked where he managed, with Hogan who & # 39; Dude Hut & # 39; replied.

& # 39; I only went to Dude Hut once because I recently moved to the area, but I hope to be a loyal customer, & he said.

The video ends with the man escorted from the road by a police officer and returning to the courthouse.

& # 39; He must have said something to the investigator, because then he (the investigator) pulled him through the alley and said: & # 39; Hi friend, pull your head in, leave him alone, & said Hogan.

& # 39; Then he walked past us, gave us a dirty look, threw his airmen away, and went straight across the road to Lowes. & # 39;

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Hogan said the man & # 39; harmless & # 39; was, but wondered how receptive he will be the next time he sees him in the courthouse.

& # 39; I don't think he'll be so kind next time. & # 39;

The perpetrator (photo) was known to the news crew because he often lurked around the courthouse

The perpetrator (photo) was known to the news crew because he often lurked around the courthouse

The perpetrator (photo) was known to the news crew because he often lurked around the courthouse

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