BBC Live Interviewed The Wrong Man On TV... And It Happened!

BBC Live Interviewed The Wrong Man On TV... And It Happened!
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It's been ten years to apparently TV's funniest interview that aired on BBC this very day. Guy Goma, who went to the BBC London office for his interview for the post of Data Support Cleanser was mistaken for a technology expert by the producer and that's when he ended up on an awkwardly hilarious live interview on BBC.

Guy Kewney, the actual guest for the interview was preparing in the reception area for the discussion on the court case between Apple computers and the Apple Corps record company.

Guy Goma actually went for a job interview for the role of a Data support cleanser in the IT department.

Guy Goma actually went for a job interview for the role of a Data support cleanser in the IT department.

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He wanted to tell the presenter Karen Bowerman about who is his, but he hoped to do a professional job and impress his potential employers.

He wanted to tell the presenter Karen Bowerman about who is his, but he hoped to do a professional job and impress his potential employers.
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He even bit his tongue when he was asked technical questions he wasn't supposed to answer. 

He went on answering the questions in the best way he could during the live interview on BBC News.

He went on answering the questions in the best way he could during the live interview on BBC News.
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It was an epic incident!

It was an epic incident!
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Goma was there for his interview in the IT department. The person supposed to be in the interview room was Guy Kewney, a British Technolgy expert.

He even dropped a subtle hint in his very first answer that he isn't the person the presenter thinks he is!

He even dropped a subtle hint in his very first answer that he isn't the person the presenter thinks he is!
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The infamous TV live interview did make Guy Goma pretty famous, though...

The infamous TV live interview did make Guy Goma pretty famous, though...
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He later made appearances on GMTV, ITV, nd Channel 4 News where he was interviewed as a doctor and a lawyer jokingly.

The social media went on to celebrate the 10th anniversary of TV's funniest interview.

The social media went on to celebrate the 10th anniversary of TV's funniest interview.
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Watch the awkwardly hilarious interview here:

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