'Chase Underway': Mouse Drops from Ceiling on Reporter's Lap in White House's Press Room
'The most excitement in the White House briefing room for months', an amused reporter wrote on Twitter as journalists scurried to catch the mouse.
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Reporters in the White House went into a tizzy recently after a mouse reportedly dropped from the ceiling of the press room.
Apparently, the mouse fell from the ceiling, right on the lap of an NBC correspondent, Peter Alexander.
In other news: A mouse literally fell out of the ceiling in our White House booth and landed on my lap.— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) October 1, 2019
Reporters tweeted images and videos of journalists scrambling as they look for the mouse inside the booth.
Mouse hunt in the White House press room pic.twitter.com/hRyZTR0kpn— Steve Holland (@steveholland1) October 1, 2019
The mischievous mouse created quite the uproar when it ran around and went behind production equipment and ducking under tables.
In time, the mouse escaped from the press room and ran amok among journalists in the press briefing area. "The most excitement in the White House briefing room for months," a reporter wrote on Twitter.
Status update: a mouse has escaped the office area, now running free in WH press briefing room. Chase underway. pic.twitter.com/UzhnCeBSD8— Eamon Javers (@EamonJavers) October 1, 2019
Whether the mouse ended up being captured is yet to be ascertained.
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