BBC Breakfast stars can’t contain laughter after guest has a wee on camera

BBC Breakfast hosts Charlie Stayt and Rachel Burden were left in hysterics after marathon runner Kevin Sinfield relieved himself on the live show.

The early morning show has been following the rugby legend's progress but nature called during broadcast and he had to dash off for a wee.

Host Charlie explained: "We have a camera on board a bike which is following. We set him off every morning and we don't really know how it works apart from…"

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It was at that point that Kevin darted off to take a toilet break while the cameras were watching.

Thinking quickly, Rachel joked: "Now we know how it works."

The show had just cut to the live "Kev Cam" as he nipped off away from the road to have a quick wee.

Viewers found it all hilarious too, with one saying: "BBC Breakfast just made my morning. Charlie and the wee break. That's the beauty of live TV."

BBC Radio Manchester's Bill Rice tweeted: "Kevin Sinfield is an absolute hero, and having a wee live on BBC Breakfast is not going to change that."

A third person laughed: "Kevin Sinfield nipping for a crafty wee live on BBC Breakfast. Magic. Great reaction Rachel and a great cause!"

Someone else giggled: "Cut to Kev stopping for a wee."

And a fifth added: "Kevin Sinfield running off to do a wee, just as BBC Breakfast cut to him. That has to feature on the next series of It'll Be Alright On The Night."

The former Leeds Rhinos captain is taking part in an ultra marathon to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease awareness.

Kevin's friend and teammate Rob Burrow previously revealed he had been diagnosed with the condition back in December 2019.

The sportsman has taken on the challenge of completing seven ultra marathons in seven days, and is aiming to raise £777,777 – all inspired by Rob's jersey number, which is seven.

Kevin is running from Edinburgh to Manchester, with stops at Melrose, Newcastle, Middlesborough, York, Leeds and Bradford.

BBC Breakfast airs daily at 6am on BBC1


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