Naga Munchetty urges listeners to 'stop messaging her'
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Naga Munchetty asked her BBC listeners to complete the sentence, ‘You know it’s hot in Britain when…’ which prompted many to send in their thoughts. Expressing his opinion, the presenter’s co-star Simon King said he wasn’t a fan of people who don’t wear a top in the heat.
The weather reporter joked he would prefer to see people wearing socks with sandals.
Simon’s admission prompted many listeners to message Naga, which seemingly became too much for her.
Midway through her show, the 46-year-old asked people to stop messaging her about her co-star.
She commented: “Please stop messaging me about being upset about Simon.
“You can go direct to his Twitter account if you are someone who was planning on walking down the street without your top on because it’s hot, and Simon says you’re not allowed to do it.”
Laughing, her co-star chimed in: “You’re getting lots of those messages are you, what have I started?
“It’s not for me. I don’t blame people, it is hot out there.”
“I’ll remember that when I walk down the street,” Naga joked.
The presenter was inundated with responses to the phrase on her Twitter page.
One wrote: “Everyone complains about the heat.”
A second added: “You forget to drink your tea and it doesn’t go cold.”
“You can go out without a cardie in the evening,”(sic) a third commented.
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The hot weather hasn’t stopped Naga getting out in the sun for exercise as she proved on her Instagram this week.
The BBC Breakfast presenter shared a picture of herself sweating after she completed a five kilometre run.
In view of her 46,000 followers, she wrote: “Run done. Never easy. 99 percent of the time am pleased I did it.
“Now onwards with Thursday X.”
Many of Naga’s fans flocked to her post to comment.
One wrote: “99 percent of the time I wish I was capable of doing it! Well done you.”
“Looks like that was some run Naga,” a second added, while a third penned: “You’re awesome!”
The Naga Munchetty show airs on BBC Radio 5 Live from Monday to Wednesday from 10am.
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