It’s a scene you see more often than not in movies, where the subject is so engrossed in whatever he or she is doing that they walk into walls. Only, when it is capturing the latest news on camera, does the situation seem 10 times worse.
The scene is a regular on Live TV, where reporters are running after subjects asking them questions as they try and walk away. The same thing happened with CTV news reporter Kent Molgat. Covering a report for his channel, he is seen walking beside a lawyer whom he asks several questions who only replies with an effusive, ‘no comment, no comment!’
So focused was Kent Molgat in getting the scoop that he walked directly into a poll – face first. Even the lawyer he was running after stops to ask him if he’s okay. Molgat was seen exclaiming that it hurt. We’re assuming it would, since he walked face first into a poll. The next time though, our advice to Kent is that, he really should watch where he’s going. And to put some ice pack on his face – OUCH!
Watch the video as it is played in slow motion and from a different angle. It would be crazy if it wasn’t so funny!