BBC Breakfast viewers have blasted 'aggressive' Naga Munchetty for an ‘amateur and inappropriate’ habit.
The 47-year-old journalist has worked for the BBC since 2008 and is known for her no nonsense attitude in interviews.
However, her style of presenting isn't too everyone's tastes, and some BBC Breakfast viewers have taken issue with a habit she seems to have during interviews.
During Thursdays show, Naga and co-host Charlie Stayt covered a range of topics and issues including GCSE results day and the horrific shootings that have taken place in Liverpool in the last week.
But one viewer tweeted: "Naga's agressive style of interview is wholly inappropriate at the best of times.
"Can we have the editor of @BBCBreakfast do some choice casting for the sofa when tackling sensitive subjects like gun violence in Liverpool?
Read More on Naga Munchetty
Naga Munchetty left with ‘blood gushing from her leg’ on honeymoon
BBC Breakfast viewers complain about Naga Munchetty after Mick Lynch interview
"She's REALLY doing my head in today #BBCBreakfast."
Another added: "Does #BBCBreakfast Naga actually listen to answers given by guests? Her questioning is completely amateur. Repeating the same question is simply stupid!"
A third moaned: "Do shut up woman, and let the man talk…..or don’t bother having him on. #BBCBreakfast."
Also on today's show, Naga seemed at odds with co-host Charlie, 60, as they discussed GCSE results day.
Most read in TV
Megan McKenna 'dating footballer' seven months after split with ex
This Morning in host shake-up as show legend returns 13yrs after first appearance
Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins line-up revealed from EastEnders to Strictly stars
Tipping Point fans swoon over hot player – but say the same thing about outfit
After a live link to a high school ended, Charlie said: "We'll be catching up with those students later to see how they got on. Very exciting day!"
But Naga pulled a face and told him: "You say it's exciting, I found it nerve-racking. Awful."
She then spoke to sports correspondent Chetan Pathak, who was sitting across from them and said: "Morning, Chetan. How was it for you?
"I still get, you know that flutter in your stomach? That awful feeling of anticipation, anxiety…"
Chetan replied: "I still get recurring nightmares that I haven't handed in my A-Level coursework. This is years later."
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
Source: Read Full Article