'No!' Naga Munchetty left red-faced after BBC Breakfast blunder

During Saturday’s BBC Breakfast, Naga Munchetty was left red-faced after she made a huge error while presenting. The BBC host looked mortified as she told viewers the wrong time during the morning show. 

On Saturday, Naga was joined by fellow presenter Roger Johnson to host BBC Breakfast.

As she reintroduced viewers to the show, Naga accidentally stated the wrong time. 

The presenter said: “The time now is 12:12.”

After realising her error she looked mortified as she corrected herself. 

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Matt Taylor, the show’s meteorologist added: “I was about to go off, that’s the shift done then, quite happy.”

While the presenters shared a laugh, Naga assured: “No, no, no we need you for a little while.” 

As BBC Breakfast is a live morning show, viewers will know there’s a high chance of a blunder happening during the 240-minute programme.

This previously happened back in May, when Naga got the time wrong again, sparking a major reaction from viewers on social media. 

During the episode, she stated: “It is in fact, 11 minutes past 11,” when it was truly 8.11am.

Viewers including @Penticost_kathy took to Twitter at the time and said: “@TVNaga01 you read the time wrong I had to double take at the time.”

As a result of the backlash, the presenter was forced to apologise to viewers. 

On the social media platform, Naga replied to her 270,700 followers: “Sorry!”

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

source: express.co.uk