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BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty appears to rattle her co-star on Saturday morning's show.
On March 18, Naga was talking about league two's Grimsby Town football team – whose mascot is 'Harry the Haddock'.
During the discussion, some of their mascots were given to the hosts – and Naga bought one out from behind the sofa.
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Though on the way up, she smacked her co-star Charlie Stayt on the back of the head.
Naga said: "What are you supposed to do with the fish? Someone gave us one here…"
To which Charlie replied bluntly: "You're really not supposed to do that."
"Once upon a time, it was quite a funny thing to see, times have changed," Naga quipped as she waved the inflatable in his face.
Charlie looked increasingly annoyed and couldn't even bare to crack a smile at the situation, despite Naga's best efforts to lighten the mood.
Fans commented on the segment, with one tweeting: "A whole piece on Harry Haddock, I’m out. #BBCBreakfast"
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