Naga Munchetty warns BBC co-star ‘stick to the important stuff’

Naga Munchetty warns BBC co-star ‘stick to the important stuff’

Naga Munchetty and her BBC Breakfast colleagues were discussing a Japanese football superfan who was obsessed with Plymouth Argyle Football Club on the latest episode of the news show. The fan even had a facemask of one of the BBC Breakfast team he showed off to the camera. Naga ended up being teased by a weather presenter who joked about having a full-sized cutout of her.

The BBC Breakfast team were talking about a sports superfan from Japan called Tatsuki Usi whose home has become a shrine to his beloved Plymouth Argyle Football Club.

He had spent more than £3,000 on merchandise for his team and even had a mask of BBC sports correspondent Archie Farmer.

Returning to the studio, sports presenter Mike Bushell joked: “Well that’s an occasion – but haven’t we all got Archie Farmer masks? I know I have, stashed away at home.”

Naga quipped: “I’ve got mine at home – we’ve all got a Mike Bushell mask, haven’t we Sarah?”

Weather presenter Sarah Keith-Lucas started laughing before teasing Naga: “Good morning Naga, I can tell you actually…

“Not only have we got a Mike Bushell mask, but we have probably got a full-size Naga cutout as well living somewhere.”

As Sarah continued laughing, Naga firmly stated: “Oh no. Weather Sarah, weather, stick to the important stuff!”

She listened to Naga and swiftly moved on to telling viewers about Saturday’s forecast across the country.

“It certainly has been a soggy old March, in parts of the country we’ve had three times the expected March rainfall,” Sarah said.

She continued: “We could do without the rain as in parts of England it has been the wettest night since 1981.”

However, she promised the weather looks both drier and brighter in the days ahead.

“The sun has got a bit of strength so if you do get a glimpse of it, it should be really pleasant,” Sarah added.

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She said the weather conditions on Sunday should continue to improve, with a “dry day ahead for tomorrow”.

Temperatures around the UK are set to be between 9C and 13C.

“There’s a reasonable decent outlook for next week,” Sarah concluded to BBC viewers.

BBC Breakfast airs daily on BBC One between 6am and 9.15am.

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