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Friday Flakes: What Happens When a Local Sports Reporter Gets to Go Outside to Cover a Blizzard

Stormy weather Photo by Thomas Warnack/picture alliance via Getty Images

Well this guy either completely rebelled against his management when the was asked to cover his local winter storm...

Or he decided to take the opportunity and have fun with the situation.

Mark Woodley is a Sports Reporter at KWWL-TV out of Waterloo, IA.

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