A British TV presenter has narrowly escaped a broken ankle after he took a rather nasty tumble live to air.
Presenter Tim Lovejoy was hosting Channel 4’s The Sunday Brunch over the weekend when he managed to fall backwards over the studio set during the opening credits.
Initially, it looked as though Lovejoy had seriously injured himself before he staggered to his feet. His co-host Simon Rimmer adding: “I can’t even help you up” due to social distancing.
Fortunately, inital concerns of a tear or break were allayed as Lovejoy himself tweeted that he thought he may have twisted or broken the ankle but he had, in fact, escaped serious injury.
The Sunday Brunch had only just returned from a two-month break enforced by the country’s strict social distancing laws.
Check out the mishap below:
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