Moment professor's pet cat interrupts live TV interview

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A Polish TV commentator had a surprise visitor jump into his interview last week - his cat leapt right onto his shoulders, curled itself around his head and stayed there.

This certainly reminds us of THAT BBC interview from a year ago, when Professor of Political Science Robert E Kelly was interrupted by his adorable children.

Bouma shared video of the incident on Twitter.

But Dr Targalski wasn't fazed and, although visibly amused as his moggy made his way up onto his shoulders, carried on talking.

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The only recognition of the cat from Targalski is when he moves the cat's tail away from his face twice during the interview.

While the clip didn't make the final cut, journalist Rudy Bouma later tweeted out the memorable interview, commenting, "The Polish historian and political scientist Jerzy Targalski remained completely unruffled during our interview when this happened".

The court has reduced the age of retirement from 70 to 65, which may wipe out about 40% of judges, including the country's chief judge, Malgorzata Gersdorf.

The decision has seen thousands take to the streets in Poland in protest.

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