GMB fans convinced guest farted during interview after hearing toot noise

GMB fans convinced guest farted during interview after hearing toot noise


Good Morning Britain viewers picked up on an unexpected noise during one interview on Thursday, convinced a guest had accidentally farted.

GMB regular Andrew Pierce appeared on the show to debate the vaccines in the UK, joining Dr Rachel Clarke and journalist Kevin Maguire.

Chatting with presenters Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard, the focus was on the EU’s recent demand to obtain some of the UK supply of AstraZeneca doses, accusing the company of breaching their contract.

Susanna said: "The EU is pushing on the pharmaceutical company to deliver on its commitment to supply vaccines during the pandemic."

At one point, Andrew started to discuss the rollout of vaccines, describing "cutting corners" in distribution, when an odd noise echoed through the studio.

After what sounded like a toot blasted over the conversation, Andrew continued to discuss the issue at hand with the hosts of the show.

Taking to Twitter, certain viewers were convinced they’d heard a fart, whereas others wondered whether they were imagining the strange noise.

One wrote: "Did he just fart? Or was it my tv."

"#gmb did I just hear a fart or could it be innocent interference," pondered a second.

And a third penned: "Was that a fart?"

"Did Andrew Pierce just fart?," added a fourth.

Elsewhere in the interview, Dr Rachel Clarke discussed her new book, Breathtaking, which documents the life of an NHS worker during the pandemic.

Speaking from the perspective of a palliative care doctor, she discussed Boris Johnson's announcement on Tuesday evening, in which he reacted to news of 100,000 recorded coronavirus deaths.

Dr Clarke did not agree with the Prime Minister's claim to have done "everything they could" to prevent the loss of life.

The NHS doctor responded: "I was absolutely sickened when I heard him say that because it was obviously a lie."

This Morning airs on weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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