One lucky TV anchor in California will now be known for a few seconds that were strictly for the birds. Paul Robins of KTXL in Sacramento was broadcasting outside AT&T Park in San Francisco on Thursday morning, hours after Game 1 of the World Series. he station's set was located next to San Francisco Bay (looks like McCovey Cove was in the background), so some air traffic should have been expected. Sure enough, low-flying fowl unloaded on Robins, who ducked for cover under his coat. Robins' co-host, Bethany Crouch, apparently did not take a direct hit. In fact, she laughed hysterically at her partner's misfortune. Robins knew immediately that he was going viral. "One of my goals in life ... is to make it on YouTube and I think I just did," Robins said as he tried to save the spot. "I'm on YouTube. Hello to my YouTube friends. How are you?"
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