Police arrest a shouting man on live TV but it doesn't faze this reporter

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When someone is shouting as they're being taken away by the cops, you'd bet most people would turn around to see what the hell is going on.

Except while you're on live television, of course. Australian TV reporter Jayde Cotic was in the middle of a live cross on Monday in the Gold Coast, and she did a swell job of ignoring the fact that a man was getting arrested (loudly) in the background.

Queensland Police say the man was causing a disturbance at a nearby service station, after the attendant recognised him from a previous shoplifting incident. He was later charged with two counts of stealing and one count each of public nuisance and obstructing police. 

Ah, the beauty of live television.

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