Moment dog became the star of the Moscow TV weather forecast by running away with a journalist’s microphone

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Meet the puppy with spring in his step! Moment dog became the star of the Moscow TV weather forecast by grabbing the journalist’s microphone and running towards it

  • Video captures the moment when a Labrador Retriever jumps up and takes a weather reporter’s microphone out of her hand during live TV weather forecast
  • Reporter Nadezhda Serezhkina can run after the dog in Moscow
  • She yells ‘stop, stop, come here’ as the cheeky dog ​​quickly escaped

The TV weather forecast was supposed to inform viewers of the arrival of spring in Moscow.

But the video shows the moment when a passing dog stole the show by jumping up and grabbing the reporter’s microphone from her hands.

Mir TV weather reporter Nadezhda Serezhkina can be seen running after the Labrador Retriever to try to recover the equipment in the Sparrow Hills overlooking the Russian capital.

Serezhkina had started the live broadcast by saying to the studio host: ‘Hello Elina, spring has arrived in Moscow, the temperature will be 8 degrees Celsius, nine degrees Celsius …’

The TV weather forecast was supposed to inform viewers of the arrival of spring in Moscow.  Pictured: Elina Dashkueva (left) and weather reporter Nadezhda Serezhkina (right)

The TV weather forecast was supposed to inform viewers of the arrival of spring in Moscow. Pictured: Elina Dashkueva (left) and weather reporter Nadezhda Serezhkina (right)

Puppy steals the show: This is when a passing dog stole the show by jumping up and grabbing the reporter's microphone from her hands

Puppy steals the show: This is when a passing dog stole the show by jumping up and grabbing the reporter's microphone from her hands

Puppy steals the show: This is when a passing dog stole the show by jumping up and grabbing the reporter’s microphone from her hands

The dog jumped up and knocked Serezhkina back before reaching for her microphone

The dog jumped up and knocked Serezhkina back before reaching for her microphone

The dog jumped up and knocked Serezhkina back before reaching for her microphone

But right now, the cheeky dog ​​jumps up, knocks the unsuspecting reporter back, and reaches for her microphone before running off with it.

You can see Serezhkina running after the Labrador shouting “Stop, stop, come here!”

But the dog keeps escaping and viewers on Mir TV – a channel that broadcasts to the countries of the old Soviet Union – are amazed.

Back in the studio, Elina Dashkueva, 27, looked equally stunned before explaining that ‘given all of this’ the connection had been lost.

You can see Serezhkina running behind the Labrador (right) screaming 'Stop, stop, come here!  while back in the studio, Elina Dashkueva, 27, (left) looked dumbfounded for a moment before explaining that 'given all this' the connection had been lost

You can see Serezhkina running behind the Labrador (right) screaming 'Stop, stop, come here!  while back in the studio, Elina Dashkueva, 27, (left) looked dumbfounded for a moment before explaining that 'given all this' the connection had been lost

You can see Serezhkina running behind the Labrador (right) screaming ‘Stop, stop, come here! while back in the studio, Elina Dashkueva, 27, (left) looked dumbfounded for a moment before explaining that ‘given all this’ the connection had been lost

It has seen better days: the microphone took a bite or two during the brutal theft

It has seen better days: the microphone took a bite or two during the brutal theft

It has seen better days: the microphone took a bite or two during the brutal theft

Nadezhda is then seen next to the proud-looking dog who tries to continue her weather forecast as best as possible

Nadezhda is then seen next to the proud-looking dog who tries to continue her weather forecast as best as possible

Nadezhda is then seen next to the proud-looking dog who tries to continue her weather forecast as best as possible

She informed viewers that April will be ‘less erratic’ than March, although rain was likely.

She soon told onlookers that ‘no one was hurt, but the microphone took a bite or two,’ as a close-up photo proved.

Nadezhda is then seen next to the proud-looking dog who tries to continue her weather forecast as best as possible.

“Elina, as I said, the weather is really perfect, just right for walking your dogs … all of that comes from me.”

“Stay with us, it’s interesting,” Elina said. “Nadezhda Serezhkina had a direct link with us when a dog made it on our live broadcast.”

Nadezhda is then seen shaking the dog’s paw.

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