Weatherman has the best reaction after a little dog interrupts the broadcast
TV meteorologist Khambrel Marshall had the most excellent and sweetest reaction when a little puppy interrupted his live broadcast.
Marshall was delivering his weather forecast when he surprisingly found himself sharing the screen with a white dog named Angel.
In the Facebook video shared about two months ago, Angel can be seen casually inserting himself into the weatherman's report.
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As it turns out, the pup was scheduled to emerge in the next segment to try to find him a home.
However, Angel couldn't wait any longer to get in front of the people, so he decided to shine in his own show.
In the hilarious footage, Marshall can be seen handling the interruption like a real professional.
As soon as he noticed Angel, he immediately welcomed the puppy in his arms.
The host of "Houston Newsmakers" then went on doing his job by carrying Angel.
After his weather report, he shared some useful tips on how to guard their pets against the upcoming heat wave.
Since the video was posted, it has been viewed more than 280,000 times. It received more than 1,800 reactions and more than 520,000 shares. A lot of netizens also added their thoughts via comments.
One user commented, "What a great gentleman. This is a man with kindness and a real pro to go on with his report and handle that dog with such grace and charm. He should get a raise in pay- a class act."
"What a champ. You can read animal lover all over him, in his gentle tone of voice and sweet demeanor. Much Respect," another user added.
According to Chron, in 1999, Marshall joined Channel 2 as a news anchor. He then accepted a producer's position, prompting him to leave the air in 2006.
In 2008, he was back on the air as a member of Local 2's "Severe Weather Team."
The director of Channel 2 news, Skip Valet, explained, "Here's the deal on Khambrel. Our weathercaster Eric Braate was hired by our sister station in Detroit. I had a terrific replacement candidate for weekends in Khambrel Marshall, who has been studying meteorology from the Mississippi State program. I knew he'd be good, and the reaction from viewers has been fantastic."