Naga Munchetty causes Owain to walk off after outrageous joke about his age

Naga Munchetty causes Owain to walk off after outrageous joke about his age

03/13/2021

Naga Munchetty levelled a cheeky jibe at BBC Weather host Owain Wyn Evans when he asked her and co-presenter Charlie Stayt to guess his age.

In a clip from this morning (March 13) Owain tells Charlie and Naga his birthday is coming up soon and suggests they guess his age.

Naga quickly blurts out: "52!"

Owain looks horrified and laughs as he makes to walk off the set in mock horror at the cruel barb.

He says: "52? Oh my God, bye everyone, I’m leaving,"

But instead of walking out the door, Owain turns on his heels and walks back to his spot in the studio.

Charlie says: "I'm going to take your challenge seriously and I'm going to say–"

"–What makes you think I didn't?" quips Naga again.

Charlie continues: "That you are 31."

Owain is clearly more chuffed with this estimate and says: "It must be the great lighting in this studio. It's 37. Not 52, Naga."

Naga jokes: "Don't look at me, I'm not going to say that thing you want me to say, 'Oh you look so young!'"

The presenters laugh and Owain moves on with giving the weather forecast.

Meanwhile, Naga recently shared a picture of a pile of tissues and admitted she had been left in tears by the emotionally-wrought film PS I Love You about a widow.

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She has also presented a special Panorama report about racism in the UK and divulged sad incidents from her own childhood in south London where she was racially abused.

Naga said she was just seven years old when a boy at her school called her a "P***".

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