WATCH the hilarious moment a BBC Breakfast presenter is interrupted by a footbal fan while trying to talk on live TV.
John Watson is currently in Istanbul, Turkey, to report on the excitement from fans ahead of tonight’s UEFA Champions League final between Manchester City and Inter Milan.
During his live segment on Saturday’s segment to covers the footage from outside the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Instanbul, John had his flow interrupted by a passerby.
Taking it all in his stride the presenter quickly glanced up as a man tried to stop him speaking to ask a question, apparently not noticing the camera or microphone.
However, the awkward TV blunder did not go unnoticed by fans who rushed to Twitter to revel in the unfortunate moment.
“Cringe!,” joked one viewer.
Another person enthused: “That was great. Live broadcasts always look tricky but you made it look easy.”
“That was cringe #BBCBreakfast,” laughed someone else.
It's not the first time this week the news has been interrupted by a member of the public.
During Friday's show hosts Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty crossed live to Donington Park where this year's Download Festival is taking place.
Hannah Miller was standing by to present the segment as the show covered the event, which kicked off on Thursday.
But due to one festival-goer Hannah's report had to end and the journalist handed back to the studio shortly after an incident.
While speaking on camera, a man walked into her shot and could be heard saying: "I love my prescription speed provided by the NHS."
It led Hannah to apologise to viewers at home before Charlie and Naga returned to screens.