Jon Kay swipes at co-host's 'track record' as he calls out embarassing blunder and issues warning in middle of report | The Sun
BBC Breakfast's Jon Kay made a dig at his co-star's "track record" and gave a warning during the live report.
The news presenter remembered a prior live-on-air incident between Mike Bushell and water, in which he embarrassingly jumped into an Australian swimming pool in 2018.
Mike reported from the Rugby World Cup on the southern coast of France.
In his closing report, Mike praised the city, saying: "The fish are on shore – they have been brought in from the beautiful Mediterranean out there, it's so fresh here. What a lovely diet they have here – coffee, croissants and fresh fish every day. It's wonderful."
He added: "It's paradise. The harbour. The history. It's just beautiful in the sunshine."
Jon showed concern for his co-star, who has a history of live-on-air mishaps involving water.
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The BBC Breakfast star made a humorous remark about Mike's accident-prone past.
"Mike, just stay away from the water," he said. "Please, just stay away from the water," Jon quipped.
But Mike shot back, assuring him, "There's a big distance."
But Jon stood firm, saying, "No Mike, even further back than that please – we know your track record!"
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In the middle of an interview in 2018, Mike stupidly dove into a pool.
He was speaking to British swimmers competing in the Commonwealth Games in Australia's Gold Coast.
All of the athletes had their feet in the water, and Mike eagerly joined in with his feet also being soaked.
BBC Breakfast is shown on BBC One every day at 6 a.m.
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