The video shows the journalist & # 039; bravely & # 039; reporting on Hurricane Florence – up to 2 men casually strolling

Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel was filming a live segment in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday as the winds surrounded him.

Hilarious video shows the journalist & # 39; bravely & # 39; reporting on Hurricane Florence, until two men in shorts casually stroll

  • Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel was filming a live segment in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday as the winds surrounded him.
  • But when he prepares to stand on the grass, two men do not stay behind and make it look like the weather is not so bad.
  • The Weather Channel issued a statement after the video went viral, stating that the "exhaustion" and the difference in the surface contributed to the distinction

Matthew Wright for Dailymail.com

A Weather Channel reporter appeared to have upped the drama and severity of Hurricane Florence in a hilarious video that has been circulating on Twitter.

Meteorological channel reporter Mike Seidel was filming a live segment in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday while the winds surrounded him.

In the clip, Seidel seems to support his feet more deeply in the grass so that he does not leave with the wind.

Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel was filming a live segment in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday as the winds surrounded him.

Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel was filming a live segment in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday as the winds surrounded him.

But as he does, two men walk not far behind him and make it look like the weather is not really that bad.

& # 39; So dramatic! Uncle of the time channel preparing for his life, while 2 guys just walk around. #HurricaneFlorence, "said a user in a tweet that has now liked more than 256,000 times.

Others shared the video, along with other examples from the past of the news anchors that seem to make the gravity of the situations in which they were.

The Weather Channel issued a statement after the video went viral, stating that the "exhaustion" and the difference in the surface contributed to the distinction.

But when he prepares to stand on the grass, two men do not stay behind and make it look like the weather is not so bad.

But when he prepares to stand on the grass, two men do not stay behind and make it look like the weather is not so bad.

But when he prepares to stand on the grass, two men do not stay behind and make it look like the weather is not so bad.

"It's important to note that the two guys in the background are walking on the concrete, and Mike Seidel is trying to keep his balance on the wet grass, after reporting in the air until 1:00 a.m. ET this morning and he's definitely exhausted, "they said. he said in a statement to the Huffington Post.

But something unknown to them, there is another clip from the same segment that shows those same two people walking on the grass.

One of the men even pauses, stands on the spot for several seconds and seems to be on his phone, but does not explode.

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