BBC Breakfast turns awkward as Jon Kay cuts Sally Nugent off in paper chat

BBC Breakfast turned slightly awkward during a snub from presenter Jon Kay during a chat with his co-host Sally Nugent.

The pair were going through the newspaper headlines of the day on Wednesday (October 5) when Jon was forced to cut himself – and, by proxy, Sally – off.

Sally had been reading aloud from a story about a content creator who splurged on billboards asking people to go on a date with him, wishing him luck at the end of the segment.

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Ed Chapman added a snap of himself to a huge billboard in his home city of Leeds, with Jon quipping to Sally: “Have you been driving past it?”

“I’ve seen it!” she replied. She then explained: “He says he’s never been on a date and he’d like to go on a date. He’s a content creator so I think he’s probably quite creative and knows how to promote things, so that’s what he’s doing.”

She then added: “He’s received a string of messages from women aged 18 to 48 and he is arranging his first date!”

Squinting down at his own folded newspaper, Jon murmured: “I was going to show you that, but I’ll show you later. We haven’t got time at the moment.”

Looking slightly taken aback, Sally said: “Oh… okay?”

“I’ll tease you,” Jon said, grinning – before swiftly moving on to the next segment of the morning programme.

It comes after BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty was left despairing over a new addition to her family, and begged fans for their help online.

The star discovered an injured bat in her home which one of her felines had brought inside.

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Taking to Twitter to ask for advice, Naga said: "Does anyone know how to get a bat to safety? [bat emoji]. "Cat brought one in yesterday. It's alive this morning, no obvious injuries, but not flying.

"Currently in a box with towels and a little water. Any rescue centres I can take it to in Herts? X."

Offering an update on the animal after fans flocked to her with suggestions, Naga updated her statement to read: "Is being sorted with a local rescue group – thank you for suggestions x."


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