This is just too funny for words. Iran hostage forecasts new career as weather presenter Last updated at 11:45am on 19th April 2007 A Royal Navy officer who was among the 15 sailors held hostage in Iran hopes to quit to become a weather man. Lieutenant Felix Carman, of Port Eynon, on the Gower in South Wales, discovered he was a natural in front of the camera when he was paraded on TV after being captured last month off the Iraqi coast. More follows... Felix Carmen on Iranian television indicating where his boat had 'strayed' into Iranian waters. He and his 14 fellow hostages were forced to appear on Iranian TV channel Al Alam in front of a map of the country's coastline, pointing out exactly where they 'strayed' into Iranian waters as part of a propaganda war prior to their release. After their arrival home the group confirmed they had been coerced into confessing. The 26-year-old was later invited to spend a day at Skyâs HQ, where he was coached by weather presenter Lisa Burke. A source said: âHe impressed a lot of executives with his calm and quiet authority. He was an immediate hit.â Here's the link If this isn't a joke, certain units soon will be.