BBC Breakfast viewers stunned after Neighbours star swears live on air – and gets away with it | The Sun

BBC BREAKFAST viewers were stunned this morning after a Neighbours star swore live on air.

The flagship Beeb programme was covering the news that the Australian soap is coming back – just months after the final episode aired.

Broadcaster Charlie Stayt introduced Ryan Maloney to the show who called in from Melbourne.

However viewers were left stunned as Ryan, who played Toadie Rebecchi on the show, appeared to swear.

During his chat with Charlie, Ryan uttered the words "chateau sh*thole".

It came as the presenter asked Ryan where he was joining the programme from.

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"I'm at home, this is our farm here that we're doing up actually, this is the place that we call chateau sh*thole" actually."

It seemed Stayt, 60, didn't even notice the bad language as he offered no apology to viewers.

Viewers took to social media where they reacted to the star's potty mouth.

"Did Toady from Neighbours really just say sh*thole on #BBCBreakfast," said one viewer.

Another said: "Toadie said 'sh*thole' on #bbcbreakfast right?"

"Chatuex sh*thole lol #BBCBreakfast," said another viewer.

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Ryan had revealed to BBC Breakfast viewers how he found out that Neighbours was coming back.

He said: "We found out about a week ago when the producer turned up on the doorstep and he said 'hey guess what Ryan? Neighbours is coming back and we want you to be on it'.

"That was literally the last thing that I expected but it's so good, such good news."

BBC Breakfast airs on BBC One and iPlayer.

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