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GMB's Kate Garraway unimpressed as she tells off Ben Shephard for steamy 'snake' quip

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Good Morning Britain host Ben Shephard was told off by his co-star Kate Garraway after he made a saucy quip as the pair discussed snakes.There has been a rise in the number of adders seen in the British countryside and GMB reported on the new figures.However, Ben seized the opportunity to make a cheeky snake joke and Kate, in mock horror, scolded him on live television.READ MORE: Kate Garraway opens up on Derek's fight for life in hospital as she returns to GMBHe said: "We have tips from Chester Zoo on what to do if you find a sneaky surprise in the sand," and smirked to himself.Kate groaned and labelled him "Mr Innuendo" as Ben pretended to be amazed.One amused viewer turned to Twitter and wrote: "Your face, Ben. [He] did say it," with laughing face emojis.Later on, Ben and Kate spoke to a representative from Chester Zoo who assured viewers that there is nothing to worry about regarding the rise in snake sightings.She told Ben and Kate that adders often come out to bask in the sunlight and that if spotted, should be left alone and reported to the RSPCA for data collection.If bitten by an adder, she urged the audience "not to panic," "take off any watches or jewellery," "not to try and squeeze anything out" and to "get to A&E as soon as possible.However, one unimpressed viewer thought the advice was obvious and turned to Twitter to sarcastically repeated her statement before adding "thanks for that" and a thumbs up emoji.

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