WATCH: Woman joins wrong Zoom meeting live on BBC

WATCH: Woman joins wrong Zoom meeting live on BBC

A woman accidentally joined the wrong Zoom meeting during a live interview on BBC News. Watch below!

Random woman joins BBC live interview
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A random woman joined a Zoom meeting by accident whilst it was live on BBC News. 

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The live BBC News broadcast included the host, Rebecca Jones, interviewing University of Essex professor Lorna Woods via Zoom.

The woman who joined the interview was reportedly a guest on another show but ended up in the wrong meeting.

Jones saw the woman join the meeting but still allowed the conversation to continue for nearly a minute. 

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After about 45 seconds, Jones interrupted professor Woods.

"Professor, I've got to interrupt, I'm afraid. Somebody else has joined the Zoom meeting." She then thanked Woods and ended the interview.

Watch the hilarious video below:

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