TWorking at home can be a challenge, especially for those who have to do it firsthand. So says Anthony Farnell, who is responsible for presenting the weather forecast on the television channel Global News, in Canada.
Last Friday, August 27, a meteorologist, as well as viewers, was surprised by the invasion of a dog named Storm (the storm, in Portuguese), during a live broadcast of a weather forecast in Toronto.
At first, Anthony Farnell roamed around the animal in an attempt to keep it off the scene, however, the dog, Goldendoll, did not turn away.
At one point, the meteorologist actually threw a Storm cure, but it seems Storm was so curious about what’s going on that he didn’t hold back.
At the end of the broadcast, the production of the TV channel showed Storm’s Instagram account, because he is already a star. In 2012, Anthony took the dog to work and the animal invaded the studio during a live newscast.
On social networks, the meteorologist, who has been working remotely for nearly a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, shared a video from Friday through to play with the dog in direct access. “Who knew all I had to do to get a perfect 10/10 was to have my furry friend with me,” Anthony wrote on Twitter after the video went viral.
Who knew all I had to do was have my furry friend with me to get a perfect 10/10. Thanks Rater Room! https://t.co/envwZdrqTg
– Anthony Farnell (@AnthonyFarnell) August 31, 2021
With this scene, Storm became even more famous. On social networks, there are many who made memes with the dog and dedicated beautiful words to him.
– Shona Schneider (@shonaschneider) August 31, 2021
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