When the Weather Channel set up a camera to catch the imploding of the Georgia Dome, they didn't plan on this.

The Georgia Dome was was replaced by the new, state-of-the-art Mercedes Bens Stadium built right next door, so on Monday morning it was set to be demolished through controlled explosions and the Weather Channel was there to cover it live, because a crew from the Home Shopping Network wasn't available.

Just as the explosions start to fire, a bus pulls up right into the shot, perfectly blocking the implosion and pulls away revealing only a giant cloud of dust all while the camera guy is dropping f-bombs.

 

In case you didn't get to see the actual implosion, someone had a camera at a much better vantage point.