Good Morning Britain's Ben Shephard threatens to storm off after getting 'grief' from guest
The ITV presenter told viewers he'd "had enough" following a segment with political commentators Iain Dale and Ayesha Hazarika.by Jessica Sansome, https://www.facebook.com/jesssansomejournalist/
Good Morning Britain is a hotbed for fiery debates, lots of opinions and the odd walk out or two.
But this time it was host Ben Shephard who was threatening to abandon the show after getting "grief" from one of the guests.
The ITV presenter told viewers he'd "had enough" following a segment with political commentators Iain Dale and Ayesha Hazarika.
Amongst the chat was the cabinet reshuffle as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly sacking their UK staff.
As the segment came to an end, Ben couldn't help but have a little dig at Iain, thanking him for staying until the end of the discussion after he dramatically walked out of the live news show last week.
GMB co-host Kate had already brought up the incident earlier in the conversation when she said: "Last time we were here, Iain, you didn't want to stay, did you? But it's fine, you're back!
Iain responded: "Apparently I 'stormed out'. I thought I was actually quite calm."
Then at the end of the segment, Ben said: "Thank you for joining us, Ayesha. Thank you for staying, Iain," Ben said to a round of light laughs from the two guests and co-host Kate Garraway.
However, it was Ben who lost in the end when Iain joked back: "A pleasure as ever," before claiming Ben had not defended him.
Hitting back, the Tipping Point star said: " I did! Don't you worry about that, yes I did. Don’t you give me any more grief."
Then as he stood up from his chair, Ben threw his papers down and exclaimed: "You're starting again you see! Right, I've had enough. I'm going…"
Ben quickly sat back down as they all laughed at his mini-strop with Kate saying: "Lots more still to come. We'll get everyone back. Don't go anywhere."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV from 6am.