VIDEO: Reporter reporting in the storm put a condom on the mic, people were also surprised to know the reason – न्यूज़लीड India

VIDEO: Reporter reporting in the storm put a condom on the mic, people were also surprised to know the reason


put mike on a condom

According to the report of the Daily Star website, NBC channel reporter Kayla Geller was reporting on the devastating hurricane that struck Florida. Kayla was facing rain while reporting. He took a unique approach to save his precious gear from the rain. He put his mic on a condom. Whose video is going viral.

Kayla told the reason for doing this

Kayla told the reason for doing this

While reporting in the storm, people were surprised to see wearing a condom on the mic. They start asking if reporter Kayla really put a condom on Mike. Now Kayla has posted a short video on her Instagram story telling people the whole truth of the incident of that day. He said that, many people are asking me on social media what is on my mic. This is what you are thinking. This is a condom.

video went viral

video went viral

Kayla said that, we cannot wet these mics. I can’t report. So I had to do this. This is a condom. A video is becoming very viral on social media in which it can be seen that a journalist has come under the grip of this storm. He is seen reporting amidst heavy rain and stormy winds. In the meantime, a twig comes up. After which he decides to go inside and report.

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storm caused havoc

It is being told that due to the storm, the power supply of Florida has come to a standstill. According to the news agency AP, the electricity supply of almost every home in Florida was stalled. Please tell that due to the storm, the power transformers blew up. The storm has affected millions of people. In the US, the federal government has sent 300 ambulances with medical teams for relief rescue and is also providing food for people after the storm has passed.

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