News Be Funny's monthly compilation of the best news bloopers had a banner month. March saw a load of high-profile bloopers that made headlines and saw ridiculous returns from on-air accidents. However, the most notable part of March's bloopers was the obscene number of kids who ran in front of the camera to get their 15 minutes.
It started early in the month with a kid who surprised a Mississippi meteorologist with his own weather forecast. The budding weatherman called for lots of farts, which the young man delivered by turning his butt at the meteorologist and rifling a toot into the meteorologist's pants.
Professor Robert E. Kelly made headlines repeatedly after his kids ran into the middle of a BBC interview. This blooper was so notable the family held a press conference. The incident even spawned multiple parodies.