Do you think time travel and teleportation is possible? If not, then you should see the video of this kid teleporting in the middle of a BBC broadcast.
Without knowing the complete truth, Netizens have taken over Twitter to share their shocked response about this strange kid teleporting from thin air.
Some people are calling it “a glitch in the matrix” or a “break in the time continuum,” while others are 100% sure that it is nothing but a just a lazy jump cut, trying to manipulate the words of the interviewee.
So, what happened?
Recently, during a very serious interview on BBC, many viewers were left confused after watching a kid appear in the background from thin air. The interview was about the British Prime Minister Theresa May’s leadership. But soon the news went far away from the political talks.
After this act was caught on camera, the attention shifted from the lady in front to the child teleporter in the background. Obviously, everyone was stunned to see this strange act. The 10-minute clip was then shared on Twitter.
Some people started to compare this strange happening with the famous sci-fi and mystery shows like X Files and Doctor Who. Though no one is still sure of what to make out of the video.
Check the video and how twitter-ers responded to it.
WTF… does anyone else see the child teleport? pic.twitter.com/P0ju9J9cby
— @realTewkesburyBC (@TewkesburyLeak) December 12, 2018
— Andrew Spence (@AndrewSpenceIM) December 12, 2018
its an edit chopped on at the end to make her look likes she happy
— Camera (@Camera75777374) December 12, 2018
This is propaganda done with editing that’s not done good. Or a glitch in the matrix you decide !!
— MASTER ROSHI (@MIXEDGOKU) December 14, 2018
Star Trek is real. I knew it.
— €ricÏdlefan© (@DrColinfan) December 13, 2018
I’m sure after watching this viral clip even you are feeling a bit confused and wondering about the mysterious appearance of the child but the according to the leaders it isn’t that sort of a mystery.
The Head of Video at the British news website, Tom Richell confirmed that is nothing more than just a lazy editing that looked like a kid teleporting. He also confirmed that BBC was not trying to change the context. (that’s what they said)