FUBAR is questioning the intentions of producers this morning as footage of an escaped gorilla was shown in the place of Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon.
Yesterday, it was reported that London’s ZSL Zoo was on lock down as a 7ft Gorilla named Kumbuka had escaped from it’s enclosure.
The public had so many questions! How did the gorilla get out? Where did it go? Are we re-living the Harambe disaster? Because surely the internet couldn’t take another meme explosion.
BBC Breakfast took it upon themselves to get these questions answered. However, it didn’t go as smoothly as they’d have liked. Or did it?
Sturgeon was battling for the main headline and the attention of the viewers, having recently announced she has plans to call a second Scottish referendum. Yawn.
BBC Breakfast Presenters Charlier Stayt and Naga Munchetty introduced the story revolving around SNP’s Sturgeon, but had to apologise as footage of the gorilla was shown on screen instead of Sturgeon.
Here’s the moment it happened.
Munchetty simply couldn’t contain her laughter during the blunder, which also made it very hard for co-presenter Stayt to remain serious.
This blunder is highly amusing. The show’s producers are either getting a spanking or a pat on the back. We’d suggest the pat on the back.