As the Australian election campaign gathered pace, all eyes were on Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as he visited a church.
Except they weren't. Because five-year-old Joseph Kim was giving a vote-winning performance in the row behind.
Joseph, described as an 'extrovert' in the Sydney Morning Herald, emphatically photobombed the Labor leader, who was supposed to be heralding the government's multicultural policies.
Rudd was visiting Ryde Uniting Church, which runs English classes for the local Korean community, and found himself sitting surrounding by children for the photoshoot.
But Kim was unwilling to become a prop, and stole the show with a string of fantastic faces.