Have you ever ducked into a meeting you weren't supposed to, or stepped into the wrong showing at a movie theater? Sure you have. But lucky for you, the mishap wasn't captured on camera.
We can't say the same for Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., who wandered into a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing Wednesday and began asking the Treasury Department's witness a series of questions before a staffer informed him he was in the wrong place.
"I just got a note saying I'm at the wrong hearing," the Indiana Republican said. "I've got the right room number, but the wrong hearing. Well this is the first time this has ever happened to me."
Coats, who responded to his recent ban from Russia with a top 10 list of things he would miss, quickly left the hearing after realizing his mistake.
"I'll go try to find out where I'm supposed to be."
Watch the full exchange below:
HOH gives props to Coats and his staff for treating the situation with the appropriate levity.
I think the Russians have been messing with my schedule. But I never miss a chance to tout IN’s talented workforce http://t.co/uV0h5nnZXI — Senator Dan Coats (@SenDanCoats) April 3, 2014