Like most of us, even TV reporters have been forced to take their work home with them during CV-19 lockdown.
And Filipino TV reporter Doris Bigornia suffered the perils of the at-home report live to air after her two cats, Bella Luna and Nala, decided to enter into an all-mighty paw fight during a live cross.
Sadly, B&T’s not 100 per cent across the actual subject matter of Bigornia’s report, as it’s in her native Filipino.
After the footage went viral on social media, Bigornia shared the interview on her Twitter page saying: “Children!!! There is a law in the studio!”
The video has amassed more than two million views on Twitter, with hundreds flooding the replies with hilarious cat-inspired commentary. Check out all the feline violence below:
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