Cat-astrophic TV interview? This Polish scientist didn’t think so

Hilarious moment politics professor's cat interrupts live TV interview by leaping on his HEAD

Polish historian and political scientist Jerzy Targalski was discussing Poland's Supreme Court crisis with Nieuwsuur, a Dutch current affairs television program, when his cat made a surprise cameo and jumped on Targalski's head. Targlaski didn't miss a beat.

The video is going viral with over 2.3 lakh views and most Twitterati were left in splits. During the talk, Targlaski looks nearly unfazed by the cat on his shoulders. When the pesky scene-stealer blocked Targalski's eyes with his tail, Targalski just kept talking about the serious subject matter and held the cat's tail down. And as Polish historian Jerzy Targalski learned recently, even a TV interview won't stop cats from climbing whatever and whomever they please.

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Unfortunately for the world, Targalski's interview was pre-taped so the footage of Lisio crawling up his arm never actually aired on TV. The producers did not use a soundbite from Targlaski when his cat was on his head, but did include a shot of him petting the kitty.

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