His televised farewell wasn’t scheduled until Monday, but this morning Frank Debussier did indeed give his last weather report on the radio. I am a happy and happy man. I’m glad I got to experience all of that.
To loud applause, Frank Debussier entered Robin Van Gucht’s radio studio around 9:00 am. The live audience gave him a standing ovation which impressed the weatherman for a moment. A lump in his throat said: “Sit down, sit down.”
Deboosere was saddled with gifts, compliments, and musical ditties of the last days. “I’ve put a lot of pressure on my little chest this week,” he laughed. I am a happy and happy man. I’m glad I got to experience all of this.
He also briefly reflected on the eventful moments of his career. It became clear again that Flanders’ favorite weatherman was a conscientious man. Last year he submitted his weather report fifteen minutes after receiving a message that his father had passed away. But I also brought news of the positive days. When my wife was giving birth, I put out a weather report.
When asked what he would do after he retired, Debussier could not answer. “I certainly won’t go into politics, but I don’t have a place to sit at all.” They wanted to know at Radio 2 if he planned to move to the competition: “I got my first email yesterday, but I won’t. I’m still married to VRT.”
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