Please have a look at the quote below borrowed from the Guardian:
P.A. must have thought the pandemic had pushed his association with the convicted sex offender, the late multimillionaire J.E., out of the news cycle. Even though the [law enforcement agencies] were still pressing him to talk to them. Even though the famously non-sweaty [...] had made such an armpit-gushing mess of that Newsnight interview. Now the public was otherwise engaged.
Then up pops Netflix with the documentary series [J.F.:F.R.].
Why doesn’t it follow the conventional sentence structure like ”subject + verb + [object]”? In those structures as quoted above must prepositions forming part of phrasal verbs be always (or otherwise as a rule) positioned before the core verb like ”pop” in the example? The questions revolve around the sentence in bold.