As someone who once worked as a broadcast journo in a hurricane-prone region of the country, I know how tough it is to talk to the camera while being pummeled by 50 mph winds and rain. But things escalated to an entirely new level for this poor sap from the Weather Channel over the weekend. The below vid may be the funniest thing to come from Irene. (Kind of NSFW if your workplace is really uptight -streaker at around 30 seconds). Enjoy!
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