AUSTRALIA (CNN/SEVEN NETWORK) - Joseph Kim is the young Sydney schoolboy who became an Internet sensation after cheekily photobombing Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
The 5-year-old stole the show as the phantom photobomber when the prime minister visited Ryde Uniting Church in Sydney on Wednesday on the election campaign,
However, Joseph seems a little overcome today by the global reaction.
Rudd is used to being the star attraction, but it was the little guy at the back who became the focus of attention after striking a pose in front of the cameras.
It was the photobomb that exploded around the world and launched a thousand tweets.
But mom Esther was not surprised and says it was just typical of her playful son.
"He always has these kinds of bright and enthusiastic expressions," she said. "I did tell him, 'No, don't do that. Don't do that,' but with all the other children just standing there, he did stand out quite a bit."
Joseph was a little more shy today, bemused by all the fuss.
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