A supporter of US President Donald Trump has attacked a BBC cameraman at a campaign rally in Texas.
Sporting a 'Make America Great Again' cap, the man shoved and swore at Ron Skeans and other news crews before being pulled away.
Mr Skeans said the "very hard shove" came from his blindside.
"I didn't know what was going on," he told the BBC.
Mr Trump saw the attack and confirmed Mr Skeans was well with a thumbs up after it happened.
The BBC's Washington correspondent, Gary O'Donoghue, said Mr Skeans is "fortunately OK".
He said security removed the man who jumped onto the media platform.
He said the protestor tried to "smash our camera", calling the incident "shameful".
The video contains a number of expletive words.
This is the shameful moment when my cameraman Ron Skeans was attacked by @realdDonaldTrump supporter in El Paso - after the President repeatedly goaded the crowd over supposed media bias. Happily Ron is fine #TrumpElPaso pic.twitter.com/F3pv04fRBg
— Gary O'Donoghue (@BBCBlindGazza) February 12, 2019
A campaign official for Mr Trump afterwards suggested the attacker was drunk.
Mr O'Donoghue told BBC Radio 4: "This is a constant feature of these rallies - a goading of the crowds against the media."
He also said he had been "spat at before".