Piers Morgan growled in pain as he simulated childbirth on Good Morning Britain, much to the entertainment of viewers at home.
The 54-year-old presenter, who earlier went on a lengthy rant on whether or not “t*t” should be considered a swear word, was hooked up to a ‘labour simulator’ so he can feel what women go through when bringing a child into the world.
And of course, it was absolutely hilarious.
Just seconds into the electrodes being switched on, Piers snarled to himself: ‘Do not give in.’
However, it wasn’t long before he ripped the pads off his chest, telling the cameras and the machine operator: ‘That’s enough.’
Let’s remember, that Piers was only experiencing contractions and not actually pushing out a baby.
‘That cannot be what childbirth is like, really. I can’t believe that,’ he commented shortly after. ‘Is that really what childbirth is like? I can’t believe that.’
Piers then apologised for ever making light of childbirth, adding: ‘On balance, for the women of Great Britain, I probably owe you a slight apology.
‘I’m very glad that we don’t have to go through this. I’ve got to say, that was agony. If that is what you honestly go through then my respect for women in terms of childbirth has gone through the roof.
‘That was painful.
‘I’m never again going to joke about childbirth.’
Viewers were in hysterics over the scenes and wasted no time in poking fun on Twitter, writing: ‘Hilarious seeing Piers Morgan experiencing childbirth pains for just a few minutes I wonder how he would cope with hours and hours.’
Echoing a similar sentiment, another added: ‘Funniest thing I’ve seen on TV in a while!! Piers Morgan experiencing the effects of child birth after saying men suffer too. Hilarious!’
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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