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Naga Munchetty in on-air clash with BBC Breakfast weatherman – as Charlie Stayt looks exasperated

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BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty clashed with weather presenter Matt Taylor on air today. Charlie Stayt was seen looking exasperated after the clash that saw the pair bicker - over a picture of a sunrise.

Naga, 47, ended the exchange by snapping: "Matt, you've said enough, thank you." Charlie told his co-host: "Poor man just wants to get off and do his job." The conversation began when the weather screen showed a picture of a sunrise in East Wales.

Naga asked: "Are there any rules which say that it's definitely a sunrise? Could that have been a sunset?" More on BBC BreakfastNAGA'S ON ONE Naga Munchetty leaves BBC Breakfast guest stunned by branding wife 'awful'BEEB OFF Charlie Stayt shoots down idea that he and Naga Munchetty are 'good friends' Matt pointed out some mist in the picture, saying: "The giveaway here is the fact you've got a little bit of shallow fog here." BBC Breakfast star Naga replied bluntly: "You can get shallow fog at sunset." He replied: "You can do, you can do.

OK, it could be either. But it's definitely a sunrise, I promise you." She told him: "Yeah I believe it's a sunrise, but it could have been a sunset." Most read in TV'I AM IN TEARS' Googlebox fans in tears as they watch scene of mother delivering a babySEX PROBE This Morning's doctor who stars with Holly & Phil probed over sexual misconductNEW CAMPMATE Legendary DJ to join I'm A Celeb - alongside Strictly and Loose Women starsCELEB COUP Loose Women star signs for I'm A Celeb joining Seann Walsh and Olivia Attwood When he admitted: "It could have been," Naga said: "Thank you very much." The morning weather presenter didn't let it lie though, telling her: "OK.

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