Naga Munchetty confuses person for an actual walrus on BBC Breakfast – really

Naga mistakes person for a walrus on BBC Breakfast

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A poor person who walked in front of the cameras today was mistaken for a walrus – one of the largest animals on the planet – by an unshakable Naga Munchetty on today’s BBC Breakfast.

There was absolutely no convincing Naga that the human being was anything other than the giant creature, despite her co-host Charlie Stayt’s best efforts. 

The pandemonium came as the pair shared a clip of Wally the walrus, a local celebrity in the Isles of Scilly who returned to the English coast for a little staycation. 

As Wally jumped out of the water to say hello to some of the locals, Naga was convinced she saw another walrus. 

‘Wally is safe, he seems friendly. Did you see? I’m sure there was a little walrus at the end going past the camera. Can we rewind? I think I saw one,’ she said.

Only getting more excited by her finding, she doubled doubled down.

BBC Breakfast?s Naga Munchetty claps back expertly to online troll Picture: BBC metrograb
Naga wouldn’t be told otherwise (Picture: BBC)
Pictured: An RNLI volunteer uses a brush to get Wally the walrus move off the RNLI slipway in Tenby, Wales, UK. Re: An RNLI lifeboat volunteer had to use an air-horn to budge Wally the walrus off the station's slipway in Tenby, Wales, UK. The mammal was basking in the sun on Monday afternoon when Tenby RNLI lifeboat were called to respond to a potential emergency involving a canoe. Despite one crew member's best efforts with a brush, the sturdy sea creature was not moving. Wally has become a tourist attraction, having strayed unusually south to the Pembrokeshire coast last month.
Wally the Walrus has been getting to know the locals (Picture: Martin Sidwell/Athena)

‘There’s Wally trying to get on the boat, just wait for it – there!’ she enthused. 

Speaking for all of us, Charlie stressed: ‘No, that’s a persons head.’

When Naga wasn’t listening, he insisted: ‘No really, we can show this many, many times – that’s definitely someone’s head with hair. 

‘That’s not a walrus.’ 

Naga was so adamant she saw another walrus, BBC Breakfast had no other option than to run a poll – walrus or no walrus?

BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.

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