Former President George W. Bush photobombed a reporter at a Major League Baseball game Wednesday night, to the delight of the Internet.
Fox Sports Southwest reporter Emily Jones was reporting on the Texas Rangers–Philadelphia Phillies game when Bush walked up behind her and yelled, "Hey!"
Naturally, viewers at home took to social media to sound off.
A wild George W. Bush appears! pic.twitter.com/sUfZ6YOhKo
— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) May 18, 2017
George W Bush is just out here to watch a ballgame and shout "hey." pic.twitter.com/prfC4DGybt
— Justin Russo (@FlyByKnite) May 18, 2017
W just living life pic.twitter.com/urzW72hw97
— David Ruff (@dcarterruff) May 18, 2017
Bush 43's is out here hitting all of America with the "bet you never thought you'd miss me, huh?"
— Lord Single Malt (@Singlemaltfiend) May 18, 2017
Hey! Down in front! https://t.co/hfk1FJWLC7
— Ed Wilson (@EdWilsonWX13HD) May 18, 2017
George W. Bush: baseball fan and professional photobomber. pic.twitter.com/Ta9oH4WfJR
— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) May 18, 2017
Jones herself even made light of the moment.
My most favorite photo bomb ever! https://t.co/RUyKrjeT3z
— Emily Jones (@EmilyJonesMcCoy) May 18, 2017
Bush was a managing partner of the investment team that owned the Rangers from 1989 until 1994, before he stepped down to become governor of Texas.
The Rangers ended up winning the game 9-3.