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Via Fox5NY
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Clearly there's a little bit of a history between these two. 

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"He's got a nose and some hair." The people in Pennsylvania were surely on the intense lookout for this intimidating beast of a suspected thief. 

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This excited reporter made a fatal error while doing a high school spirit report live on air. Sure he's got spirit, but when he gets a little too up close and personal with the tuba and has to deal with the consequences in real time. Goddammit tubas are hilarious. Honestly, this news tuba fail might be art.

Via MixUp
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That's like heading over to Scotland and telling them to stop speaking in Scottish accents. It's just plain wrong and dumb. This is some nice live TV awkward gold. 

Via RomainBou
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This is just the kind of epic live TV fail that we live for! Sounds like the King Fu master was in over his head just a little bit! 

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This reporter clearly had a very long day. To make matters worse for her, a drunk 49ers fan showed up to try and get some airtime. This reporter wasn't having any of it, and upped the stakes in a hilariously awkward way. 

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Quiet intimidation is a terrifying thing. Props to this guy. Not all heroes wear capes! 

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Keep an eye out for the two bros chilling in the background with their shorts on. Either they're godly strong, or our dude got spotlighted for a little dramatization. 

Via Youtube
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New Zealand newscaster Paul Henry couldn't contain himself while trying to pronounce Sheila Dikshit's name (pronounced Dixit). Dikshit was the longest-running chief minister of Delhi, from 1998 to 2013. Henry has since resigned.