Kate Garraway left shocked and furious as father's rights activist opens his trousers live on air on Good Morning Britain

The presenter chaired a debate about whether Father's Day should be scrapped alongside co-host Ranvir Singh, with Fathers 4 Justice Matt O'Connor debating the issue.

He was joined by Ollwyn Moran, a child development specialist and mother.

While the chat started off in a civilised fashion, with Matt insisting the day should remain and father's should be celebrated, it soon descended into chaos.

Towards the end of the debate, Matt suddenly said: "I've just got to say one important thing here.

"I was treated like an outcast today in this studio, I was put – not in the green room with Ollwyn – but dumped outside.

"And I've got to say one thing, I'm going to show you my balls."

As Kate, Ranvir and Ollwyn looked horrified, the father-of-three stood up and started to undo his belt.

As both presenters held their hands up and cried "No, no, no", Matt then undid his flies and flung two pairs of small pink balls out of his trousers.

He added: "Balls, balls to a fatherless Father's Day."

Trying to calm the situation, Ranvir said to him: "Can I just apologise if you felt like that."

Kate added: "That would be a technical reason."

As Matt tried to talk over her, she held her hands up and said firmly: "I'm just going to explain that, how we conduct our business is…"

But Matt persisted, saying it was "rubbish" and added: "I have been coming here for 20 years and I have never been treated like that."

Kate replied: "I will talk to you afterwards about today but we always separate guests who are going to be part of a debate."

Shaking her head and shuffling her papers, she added: "I think you've slightly let dad's down there."

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