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Jimmy Fallon And Jon Hamm Show New York Tourists How Photobombing Is Done (VIDEO)

03/11/2014 04:48 EDT | Updated 03/11/2014 04:59 EDT

Travel to New York City and you're bound to cross at least one person snapping a photo at any given time of the day. It's part of the Big Apple's touristy charm but probably super frustrating for locals who have to duck in and out of frame to avoid ruining someone's picture.

Then there are the locals who embrace every photo op as an opportunity to photobomb. Case in point: "Tonight Show Host" Jimmy Fallon and his pal Jon Hamm. In Fallon's segment, "Tonight Show Celebrity Photobomb", the late-night show host and Hamm took to the top of the Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan to photobomb some tourists.

"We asked them if they wanted to get their photos taken. We told them it was for the NBC "Top of the Rock" website. We were lying," said Fallon.

And make no mistake, these were not your run-of-the-mill photobombs. There were piggybacks, pop-ups and we're pretty sure Fallon and Hamm might have coined the first ever "lady-and-the-tramp" photobomb. Watch the whole thing unfold below:

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