BBC Breakfast in very awkward moment as star accidentally filmed doing a wee on live TV | The Sun

BBC Breakfast was forced to hastily cut away from a live link-up when cameras accidentally showed a star doing a wee.

Hosts Charlie Stayt and Rachel Burden struggled to contain their laughter at the bizarre scenes on the early-morning show.


BBC cameras were following rugby league star Kevin Sinfield's latest run as he attempts to complete seven marathons in seven days.

However, the moment they cut to the live video, he went to the wall and began to pull down his shorts to urinate.

Charlie, 60, proudly announced: "We have a camera on board a bike" before he realised just what was unfolding on screen.

As Kevin was shown going to the toilet the picture cut back to the studio and the two disbelieving hosts.

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BBC Breakfast's Charlie spluttered: "Ah. OK. OK," holding his head with one hand.

Rachel, who is filling in for missing Naga Munchetty today, said: "That was brilliant timing. Well done Charlie, I give you full credit for that."

She added: "In the meantime, let me read this message while Kev gives himself a bit of relief."

The rugby league and Leeds Rhinos legend is running all the way from Murrayfield in Edinburgh to Manchester United’s Old Trafford in seven stages.

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He is aiming to end on the pitch at half-time of the men’s Rugby League World Cup final today.

Kevin is seeking to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease after his close friend and teammate Rob Burrow was diagnosed with it in 2019.

So far well over £1million has been raised for Motor Neurone Disease Association, Leeds Hospitals Charity, The Darby Rimmer MND Foundation, My Name'5 Doddie Foundation and MND Scotland.

His Ultra 7 in 7 Challenge fundraising page is still accepting donations.

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