Hilarious! US boy crashes live weather report


A MS meteorologist got an unexpected gust of wind when a boy interrupted a recent forecast to fart on him.

The young boy, Zayn, the son of a regular contributor to MS television station WLBT, appears out of nowhere while weatherman Patrick Ellis delivers his weather bulletin on Sunday.

Just as he was about to launch into his segment, an excited child stormed onto the screen making crow noises.

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That's when the boy walked over to Ellis and apparently farted in his direction. A child interrupted his broadcast - possibly unhappy about the upcoming temperatures - to yell and ultimately fart on him.

"Are you sure, are you insane sure?" the boy said before flapping his arms like a chicken and pretending to fart on Ellis.

The boy is the son of a lawyer who was scheduled to appear on an attorney call-in show at the station, Ellis explained, per Adweek.

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"This Saturday was a little different", said Ellis.

Oh and the man who quickly removed Houston from set was his dad who watched the whole thing - live - from the break room. "So we want everyone to know that we want him to come back and actually do the weather", he said of Houston.

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