BBC Breakfast was thrown into chaos this morning (March 18) after Naga Munchetty accidentally dropped her laptop live on air.
Naga and co-host Charlie Stayt were watching Carol Kirkwood’s weather report when disaster struck.
As the report comes to an end, Charlie asks the weather reporter: “Carol, did you hear a noise just then by any chance?”
He goes on to say there has been “a minor accident” as the cameras cut back to the studio.
Naga is seen sitting sheepishly on the sofa with her laptop – which had been perching on the table – lying upside down on the floor.
“Something just got knocked over, it happens,” Charlie continues before asking Naga if “everything is alright”.
He adds: “We’ll do the repairs a bit later on,” as his co-host gives him a glare.
The show then cuts to a pre-recorded segment and when cameras returns to the studio, it all seems back to normal with a laptop perched on the table.
It wasn’t the only hilarious moment from today’s show on BBC One.
Earlier, Charlie made a savage joke about the size of Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick’s flag after an interview.
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The hilarious moment quickly went viral on Twitter, where viewers called it “TV gold”.
And Naga was seen ignoring her co-host after the show’s business reporter Nina Warhurst forgot to mention him.
Charlie was clearly perplexed by the situation, asking: “There’s nothing uncomfortable about that is there Nina?”
Meanwhile, over on ITV, Lorraine was left mortified after a private chat on Good Morning Britain was accidentally leaked after a microphone was left on.
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