Video Bombs

Video Bomb Fail
We are so glad Boston field reporter Mike Tobin denied these two girls who attempted to plant one on either cheek while he was in the middle of a report. What kind of person goes up to somebody who's broadcasting a report about a terrorist attack and tries to interrupt it by getting smoochy?
Cat Weatherman!
Apparently the Univision parking lot is overrun with cats. But one of them wasn't content to hang around the lot and wait for its big break. This cat made its way into the building and walked on camera right in the middle of the weather report...
Best Video Bomb Ever
Does the Overly Attached Girlfriend have a sister? And if so, does she like to get hammered in Austin, Texas? We think she might. The girl who video bombs this news reporter looks so much like Laina Walker that it's actually a little bit disconcerting...
NFL Creepster Delivers Ultimate ‘Videobomb’
Now here's a "video bomb" that is genuinely impressive. This fellow gets on the field post-game, AND he manages to get right behind the professional athletes being interviewed on network camera. Not only that, he lurks creepily behind them for at least two minutes.
First Dog Bo ‘Video Bombs’ Obama’s TV Interview
Who doesn't love Bo, the Obama family's loveable First Dog? Ever since the Obama family were given the dog as a gift, Bo has been a reliable source of fun in the White House. And this time, it looks like he's pulled the old "video bomb" trick by darting through a filmed segment on the White House lawn.
Woman Tries to Hide From News Camera, Fails Spectacularly
If you happen to be a newscaster who isn't so sure of the material you're supposed to read, one way of limiting mistakes is concentrating very hard on the Teleprompter. Kara Manelli of WUFT in Gainesville, Florida displays this technique to a T as she finishes a story about a student housing lottery. She's concentrating so hard, she doesn't notice the woman behind her awkwardly trying to hide from
Elderly Woman Accidentally ‘Video Bombs’ Newscaster [VIDEO]
During a report on an ordinance that only allows the city sidewalk cafe's to stay open until 10 PM, Bill O'Neil of News 12 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina tried to spice up the mundane subject by sitting in one of these sidewalk cafes during his live shot. If not for a gray-haired woman who continued to use the sidewalk for how it was intended, the set up would have worked just great.