LOOSE Women star Linda Robson found herself in hot water again after she accidentally swore on the ITV lunchtime show.
The Birds of a Feather actress, 64, had been talking about road rage on the topical chat show when she made the slip-up.
She was joined by panellists Ruth Langsford, Jane Moore and Janet Street-Porter as they discussed what forces them to honk their car horn.
Linda admitted: "I'm a honker," to which Janet asked: "Do you get your finger out the window as well?"
TV favourite Linda then showed flashed her middle finger, as she demonstrated what she would do on the road.
A horrified Janet shrieked: "I didn't ask you to demonstrate it…we all know.
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The rest of the panel were stunned by Linda's rude hand gesture, as Ruth reminded her that it was a daytime show.
Jane also joked: "That will be pixelated on catch-up."
Linda tried to explain: "There is an etiquette on the road, if you let someone go and they don't say thank you, then I'll shout out the window and say thank you.
"Or if you let someone cross the road and they don't say thank you, I get the hump with that as well but I don't honk late at night or early in the morning as obviously people are in bed."
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It comes after her fellow panellist Denis Welch was forced to apologise today as she swore during a heated debate about Prince Harry last week.
The panel were discussing the Royal’s latest revelations and Denise became visibly upset as she talked about the stories deflecting from the government’s failures.
As she raged, she let slip a slightly rude word – leaving her co-star Frankie Bridge gobsmacked.
Denise told the women: “I have always had a lot of support for the two of them and I think the way they have been treated… Harry is talking as the 11-year-old boy who lost his mum.
"I don’t think he has ever forgiven the institution, how they treated her, I don’t think he ever totally believed what happened in the Paris tunnel.
“He has been told to push it all down and we know as people who suffer from clinical depression that if you push everything down, it will come out in some way and I feel he wants to right some wrongs.”
Getting increasingly passionate, she continued: “But I also think the government are doing what they are doing and getting away with bloody murder, excuse me swearing, while we are talking about Harry and Meghan every day.
“When we should be talking about things like the PPE, all the mistakes that happened during Covid, which we are having to pay for with our tax money.”
Those watching at home praised Denise for speaking out to support the pair, while others noted how wound up she got.
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