BBC Breakfasts Sally Nugent urges star to stop as she begs dont want to know

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    BBC Breakfast star Sally Nugent admitted to feeling "squeamish" following a chat with Morning Live presenter Gethin Jones.

    The newsreader, 51, helmed Tuesday's instalment of the BBC programme alongside Jon Kay and spoke to Welsh presenter Gethin via a link about what to expect from today's episode of Morning Live.

    Sat alongside his co-host Sam Quek, the 44-year-old revealed they would be chatting to former international rugby union player Ugo Monye about an incident which occurred during his career.

    READ MORE: BBC Breakfast star Sally Nugent puts Jon Kay on speaking 'ban' during tense chat

    He told the duo: "Ugo Monye kicks off the analysis and tells us how he almost lost his big toe."

    The TV star immediately responded: "Bit squeamish about big toes Geth. I'm not sure I want to know about Ugo's big toe!"

    "I think he did it twice actually," the former Blue Peter star added as Sally, unable to hide her disgust, said: "Oh no! Well I suppose he has got two."

    Jon chimed in: "I hope he's got more than that!"

    Elsewhere in the show, the presenters were slammed by fans following their line of questioning during an interview with a diving expert regarding the disappearance of Nicola Bulley.

    Speaking to the duo, Peter Faulding of Specialist Group International said he had a feeling in his “gut” that the missing mum may have not simply fallen into the river.

    Asked by the BBC what his gut was if Nicola didn’t show up today, he said: “If Nicola is not in that stretch of river today my view is that there is a third party involved and this was a decoy placed by the river.

    Fans immediately took to social media to fume over how the presenters questioned the expert as one said: "What’s your gut telling you? What a ridiculous question. #BBCBreakfast."

    "What is #bbcbreakfast doing with their line of questioning in the Nicola Bulley case and the person involved in searching for her … it’s macabre speculation," added a second.

    While another fumed: "What are your presenters thinking ffs #bbcbreakfast Police don’t need speculating. Make them apologise!!!"

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