Remainers are often classed as a nuisance sniping from the sidelines by Brexiteers, and in this clip that accusation seems literally to be true.
As the government attempts to sign off a draft text of the Brexit withdrawal agreement this week, a BBC journalist attempted to interview her guest – Georgina Wright from the Chatham House think tank – about it.
But they – and more crucially, their cameraman – had more than Brexit wrangling to contend with. An pro-EU campaigner managed to get into every shot, displaying impressive knowledge of the cuts used in talking head interviews like this.
Watch him go:
When an annoying protestor understands vision mixing… #Brexit #BBCNews pic.twitter.com/RSpZXMirMv
— Smash The Media Podcast (@SmashTheMediaUK) November 14, 2018
The cameraman changes angle to try and shift away from the protester, but he is never far behind. This game of cat-and-mouse has, inevitably, been put to the Benny Hill theme:
Great idea! pic.twitter.com/zilxPgOsd2
— Chris Ogilvie (@54north) November 14, 2018