A camera caught a reporter going off on someone after she couldn’t get an interview with Mark Cuban at the debate Vine/Dalton Bennett
Vine/Dalton Bennett

Everyone has had a bad day at work, but one reporter at the first presidential debate makes us thankful that those moments usually aren’t caught on camera.

Reports indicate that Al Jazeera English’s Kimberly Halkett was trying to interview with Mark Cuban — who was invited by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton — before the debate began. Halkett was pushed out of the way, missing her opportunity.

That’s when she turned around to confront the woman who made her miss out on the juicy scoop:

After being told to stop pushing through the crowd, Halkett turned around to say, “Thanks a lot, bitch.”

The video was posted to Vine by user Dalton Bennett, a political video reporter for the Washington Post.

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Of course being rude in public is never okay, but the moment was almost… relatable?

Or maybe just really intriguing?

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Either way, people loved it:

(H/T Buzzfeed)

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