Couple’s Blazing Row Erupts During Live News Broadcast

Couple’s Blazing Row Erupts During Live News Broadcast

It’s never good to have a heated row with your better half in public at the best of times, but arguably it’s even worse when the whole thing is caught by a camera crew broadcasting live to the nation.

But that’s exactly what happened to an unfortunate couple in the UK whose raging domestic was caught by a Channel Four camera crew on Tuesday evening.

Daily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce was speaking to news anchor Cathy Newman about the decision by UK’s Virgin Trains to stop selling the controversial newspaper on some of its trains. However, the live cross was quickly interrupted by the feuding couple who were oblivious that their dirty laundry was being aired nationwide.

Check out the brief but sweary exchange below (and B&T apologises for the quality of the footage.)

Not that viewers were too concerned by the interruption, taking to social media to voice their delight:

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