Politician’s Staffer Busted Crawling On All Fours & Hiding Behind A Desk In Bizarre TV Moment

Politician’s Staffer Busted Crawling On All Fours & Hiding Behind A Desk In Bizarre TV Moment

Your typically uninteresting live TV chat with a politician took a bizarre turn on an American chat show when an unidentified man was busted crawling on all fours in the background.

US interior secretary Deb Haaland was being interviewed on Late Night With Seth Meyers after she became the first Native American cabinet secretary.

Mid-interview a man carrying a camera could be seen crawling on the carpet in Haaland’s office before hiding behind a desk.

Intrigued by what’s happening, Myers stops the interview to call the sneaky chap out.

“Thank you very much. Now Secretary be honest, do you know who that man is?” Meyers asked.

Haaland laughed and responded: “We don’t have people sort of sneaking around, so yes  I know who that is, and thank you for making light of it.”

Check out the oddball TV moment below:




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