Eamonn Holmes sparks outrage as he says kids should be ‘locked up’ on flights

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GB News’ Isabel Webster told her co-star Eamonn Holmes to wash his mouth out over remarks made about children being on flights.

The duo were discussing whether or not people without children should go on holiday during the school holidays in August.

Admitting he didn’t know where he stood for the debate, Eamonn joked they should be put in the hold.

He said: “Listen, I wouldn’t put my dog in the hold, but I would put my children in the hold.”

Isabel replied: “Wait, you have a little gorgeous grandchild and another one soon to be.”

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Although it looks as though the 63-year-old’s outlook remained the same regardless of if the child is family or not.

He indeed: “Well, if she was to break the silence and annoy me and whatever it is, then she wouldn’t be so gorgeous.”

Shocked at his bluntness, Isabel let out an exaggerated gasp and replied: “Wash your mouth out, you horror.”

Earlier in the show, Eamonn didn’t hold back as he confessed those with children should be sent to the back of the plane.

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He joked: “There should be like a cage put across and bolted, anybody with sprogs should be in the back there.

“Then everybody else should be left in peace.”

Although Isabel revealed there were times she would take her young son on flights and wasn’t able to control him despite her best efforts.

She added: “I was trying my best to control him, my absolute best and I was telling him off for being a bit wild. But he wasn’t listening.

“There was nothing I could physically do to try and contain this little ball of energy.

“I remember being on the verge of tears at times and people, often women, probably mums themselves who had just forgotten what it’s like being given a really hard time.”

However, Eamonn quipped her son’s behaviour could’ve been down to her not being scary enough.

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