BBC news anchor Huw Edwards had no clue he was such a joy to watch.
At 10 pm, BBC's news program shut down, leaving its presenter unaware that the cameras were still on him.
A series of "breaking news" graphics with incidental music repeatedly flashed across the screen with no followup. It appeared the news was, indeed, broken.
Edwards kept his eyes down at the two sheets of paper before him, at various points leaning in for a closer look as if the fonts were going through a metamorphosis.
Bored in one position, he shifted his arms in the opposite position, and even twiddled his thumbs.
He even doodled something on the paper, or mimed writing something, just to give himself a task. But, no matter what he did, viewers were fascinated with the awkward silence that lasted 4 very long minutes.
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