Good Morning Britain thrown into chaos as cows invade weather report
Good Morning Britain was thrown into chaos today as a herd of cows invaded a live weather report.
Reporter Laura Tobin was beamed in live from Stroud attempting to present an overlook of the day’s weather, but it seemed that Mother Nature had other ideas.
The meteorologist had to stop presenting at various points during the broadcast as she got a serious case of the giggles as the cows tipped ever closer to her.
Back in the studio, Adil Ray and Ranvir Singh were in stitches as they convinced Laura and her cameraman to show them just how close the animals were – and there were actually quite a lot of them, we won’t lie.
‘How far away are you parked?’ Ranvir asked, clearly concerned. ‘Can you make a run for it if you need to?’
The herd, however, were all trotting along (quite slowly, we might add) right on the path that Laura needed to get back to her car.
‘We can’t, we are parked right through that path!’ – Laura cried.
And if all that wasn’t enough, the weather reporter told Adil and Ranvir that one particular cow had even managed to knock the camera during the broadcast.
In a shot that wouldn’t have been out of place in Parks and Recreation, the camera then panned to see a rather large cow just chilling right up against the lens, minding its own business.
‘We are slowly getting closer together,’ Laura deadpanned. ‘We are trying to keep our social distancing.’
We hope this new TV legend has a nice day, at least.
Poor Laura seems to be a bit unlucky as a roving reporter – just last week, she nearly fell into a lake live on TV.
Maybe just stick to the safe warmth of the studio next time, hun.
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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