BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty says ‘It’s getting ridiculous’ in awkward moment

BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty says ‘It’s getting ridiculous’ in awkward moment
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    BBC Breakfast turned awkward during the latest instalment as host Naga Munchetty said "It's getting ridiculous" now live on air.

    The 48-year-old presenter was back on the famous red sofa on Friday (August 11) morning alongside co-star Charlie Stayt.

    They woke up the nation with the latest headlines and Mike Bushell was on hand to discuss news from the sporting world.

    READ MORE: BBC Breakfast host missing in show shake-up as star makes cheeky dig at Carol Kirkwood

    After showing a clip of a ball breaking a light at a stadium, keen golfer Naga asked: "Can we see it again?"

    Mike replied: "I don't have the technical wizardry to do that" before adding: "I bet you've taken somebody's lights out before with a golf shot, have you?"

    A visibily taken aback Naga said: "No, what ever made you think I'd do that?"

    "In the early days," Mike continued.

    Naga hit back: "No, I think I've hit many a goose, not killed a goose.

    The sports presented asked his co-star "Was the goose ok?"

    "Yes, I've hit a few geese a few times. It happens.," Naga responded.

    Mark added: "You need to warn them before you take a shot in future.

    "You need to shout 'goose' don't you to get them to move out of the way.

    Moving on the conversation, Naga told her co-star: "This is getting ridiculous, this is becoming ridiculous. Mike, thank you very much."

    It comes after Naga made a cheeky dig at weather presenter Carol Kirkwood during Thursday's (August 10) episode.

    Following a segment on the new 50 pence coin marking the Coronation of King Charles, presenter Roger Johnson pointed out: "Perhaps the King doesn't carry cash like his mum."

    "Like the Queen," Naga added.

    Roger continued: "And Like Carol, who revealed that like the late Her Majesty The Queen, you also never carry cash."

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    Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood responded: "No, never. I used to but now, since the pandemic, I just don't. It's easier with a card."

    "Queen of the weather see," Roger said.

    Naga joked: "Do you know why she doesn't really carry cash?"

    "So she doesn't have to buy you a coffee," Roger teased.

    Naga revealed: "Yeah so she doesn't have to pick it up" before she mimicked: 'I've got no money, i've got no cash'."

    However, Carol shut down the claims and playfully hit back: "Ah Naga you are terrible especially as yesterday I did buy you a coffee but I did that with a card."

    BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One from 6am

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