This BBC reporter bought far more than he bargained for!
BBC Norfolk reporter Alex Dunlop was actually overwhelmed by the Banham Zoo’s lemurs heat welcome. Dunlop was making an attempt to file some footage with the zoo’s lemurs whereas speaking concerning the zoo’s annual inventory take of animals. Besides the marauding mammals have been extra curious about enjoying with him than by his try at doing his job.
The video was shared on the BBC’s Fb web page on January eight and gathered 35,000 views in lower than two hours on the time of writing and was shared lots of of instances.
Throughout the brief clip, the lemurs swarm throughout Dunlop’s physique, pull on his sweater sleeves and trousers, sit on his head and are typically simply having a good time selecting on the poor reporter who goes from laughter to ache in fast time.
At first, the journalist takes it with a smile, however quickly sufficient the lemurs begin getting a bit extra invasive and the giggles are changed with stronger language.
“Alex, everytime you’re prepared” one can hear him say to an individual out of body, clearly impatiently to get the take within the can and escape his new furry buddies as quickly as doable.
Lastly, Dunlop manages to manage the pesky creatures and begin recording his piece to digicam, however one of many lemurs nonetheless hasn’t bought the memo and decides to chunk him on at the least three events and it simply goes downhill from there.
“I believe it is one of many extra pleasurable elements of the job, counting the lemurs,” Dunlop gamely tells the digicam, utterly lined in excitable primates at this stage.
The video ends on footage of the lemurs leaping round, one hitting the poor Dunlop within the face. Yup, they undoubtedly stole the present.