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Weatherman Falls for the Oldest Trick in the Book [VIDEO]

KTLA’s Henry DiCarlo got punked during a live weather broadcast, wishing “Happy birthday” to “Hugh Janus.” Yup, he fell for the oldest trick in the book, reading a funny/fake name on the air. (Harry Butts, Anita Bath, Dixie Normous)

His coworkers got quite a laugh out of this one!

Remember this weatherman who ‘stormed’ off the set in a fit of ego-maniacal rage? Same guy.

Standing in front of a green screen and reading the forecast must be more stressful than it looks. Check out our collection of TV news bloopers and wacky weather forecasts.

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