Sometimes the subject of the news story can’t be clearly explained in the caption that shows up on the screen. And sometimes the person keying in the caption isn't paying the proper attention. Either way that leads to some inadvertently humorous moments for those of us watching the news.
Television viewers of “The Steve Wilkos Show” in Montana were jolted out of their trash TV stupor yesterday by an Emergency Alert System tone alerting them to the presence of dead bodies rising from their graves!
Television news reporters know that when they report live from a public area, there's always the chance that an unwelcome visitor will enter their shot trying to get some face time and/or interrupt his or her report .
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