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The BBC’s courageous war correspondent Quentin Sommerville has made available a never-before-seen piece of video from just a few years ago: His coverage of the burning of an enormous pile of heroin and other drugs — or at least, his attempt at covering the pile, with all the smoke that was billowing from it.

Click above to watch the giggle-inducing difficulties that he encountered — then share this video!

Video via The Telegraph.

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