Reporter Tries To Keep It Together While A Pair Of Alpacas Get It On In The Background
Not only did this poor reporter get stuck covering the National Alpaca Expo in Christchurch, New Zealand, she had to try to keep it together while a pair of animals got it on behind her. You know, like they do on the Discovery Channel. She giggles a little but, much to her credit, remains a pretty good sport while the hosts of the morning show egg her on. “This is going straight on YouTube, I think,” she predicts, rather accurately.
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