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VIDEO: Cop who can't type

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Have you ever watched an episode of Eastenders and wondered what it must be like to star as one of the 'background artists', given the task of pretending to drink and chat without actually doing either?

Not a particularly tough job you might imagine. But try explaining this to Campbell Corrigan, a copper being interviewed for a story on Sky Sports News.

To add some colour to his interview, Corrigan was enlisted to create some B-roll footage of him using his computer. We imagine the production team told him to "pretend to type" and poor Corrigan took the instruction a little too literally.

Proof here of his painfully funny attempt to look comfortable with the task at hand. Either that or this is actually how he types. Mental note: never fall victim to a crime in Strathclyde.

(Image: YouTube)

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