BBC Breakfast weather presenter Carol Kirkwood was aired live by A Mighty Dog today.
But host Dan Walker didn’t seem all that concerned, falling into a frenzy at the bizarre scene unfolding on screen in the studio.
Carol was holding a guide dog as part of her outdoor broadcast from a garden dedicated to animals in Chelsea, west London.
But after a particularly strong yank on the lead, she flew to the front, with only her legs shown on the video link-up picture.
Dan was heard roaring with laughter as his white trainers showed up with his flat-out on deck, saying: “We’ve got a Kirkwood.
“We’ve got a Kirkwood. Somebody save Carol.”
Then, when she came back in the picture the 44-year-old star asked: “Are you okay? I think she must have lost a shoe.”
Carol, who struggled back on screen, replied: “Yeah. She’s a very strong girl, Flash.”
The 59-year-old BBC meteorologist was broadcasting the weather from the Royal Hospital ahead of the Chelsea Flower Show yesterday.
The Flash has a history of causing trouble on BBC Breakfast, with Carol revealing: “Now, she is a friend of the programme.
“She was actually at the event on April 28 with her trainer Mel, and when she was only 18 weeks old, she took a little nibble from Mel’s hand.”
Meanwhile, Dan is throwing himself into Strictly Come Dancing, rehearsing for hosting BBC Breakfast from Salford, Greater Manchester.
He revealed on Friday that he suffered a horrific accident after hitting a glass door while running to collect his wallet.
Sharing a selfie from his hospital dash, the BBC Breakfast favorite revealed he was taken after feeling “woozy”.
Wearing his protective face mask, Dan can be seen attached to a monitor, checking his vitals as he posed with an emergency department consultant in the second photo.
He explained in the post’s caption: “A little head-based drama today! Was sent to A&E today because I was stuttering a bit after hitting my noggin on the big glass window yesterday.”
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