A young Canadian news reporter experienced a truly embarrassing moment — a long moment — when she forgot key elements of her report.
The video of CBC reporter Avneet Dhillon’s mistake quickly made the rounds online, and it is nothing short of cringe worthy.
Dhillon started off fine as she reported the story of a 17-year-old girl who was injured skateboarding while holding on to the back of a Jeep.
“Now according to the police report, the injuries were not serious but the girl was rushed to the hospital,” she said. “There’s no update at this time on her condition.
But that’s when things took a drastic turn for the worse.
Dhillon started to recall a statement from the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary when she realized she forgot part of the story.
“In the meantime, the RNC has issued a statement saying that…” she said, before stopping to awkwardly add that “The driver of the vehicle was also a 17-year-old girl.”
“The RNC says…” she said before stopping and starting again.
As the video circulated on social media, many claim to hear her say ‘f**k,’ underneath her breath. It’s possible, but hard to hear. Either way she no doubt was struggling and more than likely was hoping for her more seasoned co-workers to rescue her.
“The RNC says calls like this are not common, the…[f**k],” Dhillon reportedly said under her breath, pacing back and forth as she attempted to remember her lines.
“Calls like this are not common,” she whispered.
“The RNC says calls like this are not common, now in the meantime they are urging people to…not…” she said until she was finally cut off by anchors who seemed a little shocked, but were able to end the segment for her.
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