Obama photobomb: Student kissing behind the president caught on camera (Photo)

By on Oct 25, 2012 in International, Politics, United States, Weird Comments

Updated: October 25, 2012 7:15 p.m.

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A so-called Obama photobomb is now going viral, as shown below, a day after his third and final presidential debate with Republican candidate Mitt Romney. US President Barack Obama posed for photos with a group of African-American students, mostly pre-schoolers, and one of them was caught kissing a fellow student.

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Student kissing behind President Obama
Image Credit: Barack Obama Twitter

As noted at Huffington Post on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, President Obama made a surprise visit to Daughter of Zion Jr. Academy in Delray Beach, Florida on Tuesday, after his campaign at Delray Beach Tennis Center. He later posed for photos with the students, and the unexpected happened.

The nearly 200 young students wearing their green polo shirt and beige shorts uniforms notably enjoyed their time with the president especially when a photo session with him was announced. The students were arranged and Mr. Obama sat in front in the lowest row, and the photographer took photos without warning.

However, one of the male students in the last row was caught kissing a fellow female student beside him, while President Obama is talking to a young boy and another on his lap. No one seemed to have noticed them except for the photographer, despite the two are in between the other students.

Interestingly, the ‘romantic’ moment was captured in another angle when the president and the children are now smiling at the camera. The first Obama photobomb appeared on Barack Obama‘s official Twitter account on Wednesday and was called “Photo of the Day.”


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Student kissing behind President Obama
Image Credit: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP


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