Naga Munchetty warns BBC Breakfast co-star 'we'll talk later' in frosty exchange | The Sun

NAGA Munchetty warned her co-star "we'll talk later" during an awkward exchange on BBC Breakfast.

Thursday's episode of the news programme saw Naga and her co-host Charlie Stayt chat to sports correspondent John Watson via video-link about the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

John explained how the England team had nicknamed a local cat in the Middle Eastern country Dave.

But the sports presenter didn't seem to happy with the name and said: "I wondered if they might have gone Jordan [after Jordan Pickford] because they call goalkeepers 'cats'.

"Perhaps they missed a trick there, maybe?"

Naga looked doubtful as John hopped around onscreen, she asked: "Were you doing goalkeeping moves there, John?"

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John responded: "Well yes. That's sort of how a goalkeeper stands on the line while saving a penalty.

"It's sort of what you do, isn't it?"

An unimpressed Naga replied: "Hmm," and as John tried to converse with the news presenter about her own cats, she brutally cut him off and added: "Yeah.

"John, let's speak later, shall we?

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"We've got the image of you just bobbing around there. That's kind of what we're hanging with."

The video call then cut off, as Naga and her co-star Charlie moved on to the next topic.

The BBC Breakfast presenters then went on to talk to Tory MP and Housing Minister Michael Gove.

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