A BBC anchor has suffered a humiliating blunder while trying to present a news piece on the effects of Hurricane Irma.
In a live broadcast on Saturday night (local time), Tom Donkin in place to deliver the piece - only to be notified he was in the wrong position.
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What he didn't realise was that he actually wasn't that far off - he simply needed to move back a few steps to a different screen.
But Donkin clearly panicked - and with his speaking part scheduled to begin in a matter of seconds, he scurried across the studio in a frantic effort to find the right camera to stand in front of.
Hilarious and cringeworthy video shows Donkin running off-screen, only to return when he realised he was actually standing in front of the correct camera initially.
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After one more gaffe that saw him facing the wrong way, Donkin finally established himself in the right spot and got the broadcast underway - a good 20 seconds after it was scheduled to start.
After much publicity over his error, Donkin responded to a tweet saying "this stuff happens with live TV".