Naga Munchetty mocks BBC co-host with ‘trust you’ jibe after world record

Naga Munchetty fired a cheeky jibe at her co-host Charlie Stayt on BBC Breakfast today after the pair were left staggered by an incredible stunt.

The duo had just watched the amazing moment racing driver Paul O’Neill managed to catch a golf ball hit by pro Marcus Armitage in his speeding car.

The ball had travelled more than 300 yards so managed to break the previous world record and, when cameras cut back to the studio, the BBC Breakfast host’s were understandably stunned.

But, after discussing the feat, Charlie pointed out a message sports reporter Mike Bushell had missed in his report.

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“You’ve forgotten an important message, Mike,” he said.

Naga jumped in to finish his sentence, saying: “Don’t try this at home.”

She then jokingly hit out at her colleague by adding: “Trust you, Charlie eh? I don’t think anyone would, let’s hope not anyway.”

A sheepish Charlie responded: “I just want to bring the mood down.”

Popular presenter Naga has often been seen making light-hearted jokes during BBC Breakfast.

She was stunned when co-star Ben Thompson said she had “made it personal” when talking about gardening on Friday’s (April 23) show.

So the presenter replied: “It’s not personal, it’s just facts.”

The day before, she couldn’t help but mock guest Peter Andre after his joke fell completely flat.

The Australian performer was discussing his new role in the musical stage production of Grease when he said: “The funny thing is we're talking about Grease and we can't even fly there, which is interesting, so what an interesting time.”

But unfortunately, no one seemed to find it funny, and Peter quickly added: “I thought that was a bit of a Greek joke but no one actually laughed…”

Feeling witty, Naga responded: “Sorry, we're just clearing away the tumbleweeds for you.”

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