BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty rolls her eyes as she shuts down Charlie Stayt for talking 'nonsense' | The Sun

BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty rolls her eyes as she shuts down Charlie Stayt for talking 'nonsense' | The Sun


NAGA Munchetty shut down her co-host Charlie Stayt, branding his news item on BBC Breakfast as "nonsense".

As the pair were looking through the newspaper headlines of the day, Charlie stumbled across the news of a restaurant solely aimed at dogs.

Baffled by the concept, Charlie explained: "This is a dog bistro, basically, and they do a three-course tasting menu for $75.

"On a Sunday, for example, would you like to hear what's on the menu?"

"It's only the dogs that get fed. So the tasting menu is a first course, appetiser, of chicken and chaga mushroom soup.

"While the second course was chicken skin waffle and charcoal flan.


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"Main course was a hand-cut, grass-fed filet mignon with a quail egg on top, with broccoli."

Sneering at the news, Naga simply repeated: "Nonsense," as she rolled her eyes.

But the tension didn't stop there, as she went on to produce a report on how long it takes to make friends, telling Charlie: "So, how many hours do you think it takes to become a good friend?"

"Years, probably," Charlie replied, as Naga corrected him: "No! No, 34 hours, apparently, after this study of more than 2,000 individuals."

She went on to cite more of the research, quoting: "The ultimate formula for a friendship involves 11 interactions, each lasting on average, three hours and four minutes."

Naga then quipped to Charlie: "How long is this programme?"

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But Charlie didn't take her cue, as he spluttered: "That's not… that's not right. Doesn't make any sense."

Looking aghast, Naga widened her eyes for the camera and had a giggle as Charlie moved swiftly on to tell viewers the time, unaware of her remark.

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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