& # 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
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.
& # 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
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)
& # 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.
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;
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
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