'I considered the most prudent thing was to carry on with the broadcast.'
Some animals are extremely beautiful and extraordinarily mischievous. They love to prank humans, which is hilarious most of the time. Recently, such a hilarious incident was caught on video when a parrot stole a Chilean reporter's earphone when he was live on air. Nicolas Krumm, a journalist for the Chilevisión channel, was discussing the rise in thefts in the neighborhood when the parrot landed on his shoulder and grabbed his earpiece. Krumm can be heard saying, "It's just taken my earpiece."
The videographer attempted to grab the bird in order to collect the earpiece, but the bird flew away. The parrot ultimately dropped the earpiece and the journalist was able to get it back. However, this hilarious and heartwarming video went instantly viral on the internet with major publications like BBC, The Guardian and Daily Mail reposting it.
Krumm later explained to a studio presenter that they were halfway through a midday broadcast when he "felt a presence close to me and realized it was a parrot." Knowing that people spend years training parrots to perch on their shoulders and things like these don't happen every day, Krumm alerted "the cameraman more than anything because it was picturesque." But right then, "when I'm trying to make sure the cameraman has seen the parrot, it takes my earpiece."
Given the seriousness of the issue of a residential break-in that was being broadcasted live on air, Krumm thought "the most prudent thing was to carry on with the broadcast" instead of commenting on the parrot right away. Krumm thinks that his earpiece had caught the parrot's attention when it was watching them from railings nearby "because you can see it looking at it out of the corner of its eye before it takes it." When the parrot landed on the reporter's shoulders
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