Russian news anchor surprised when dog crashes her live broadcast

An anchor on Russia's Mir24 TV had a sweet surprise last week during her news report.

Ilona Linarte was in for a shock when a black dog walked on set while she was speaking. The incident was put on YouTube and now has over four million views:

"I've got a dog here,'' she said in Russian according to TODAY. "What is this dog doing in the studio?"

Not only does he walk around, but he jumped up and appeared over the table.

TODAY reports that the station followed up with an explanation. Apparently, the dog was a guest on another show and got loose.

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