GOOD Morning Britain descended into chaos today as the conversation turned to sex.
Adil Ray said he had read that having sex would help with hay fever symptoms – leaving Kate Garraway giggling.
Kate and Adil were discussing how sex can help hay fever Dr Amir cracked a few jokes about sex
And they were soon all cracking gags about getting Dr Amir to write a prescription prescribing some action between the sheets.
The doctor then clarified, saying: “It would take your mind off it for a short or long period,” which again had everyone laughing.
As they continued the conversation and things got even sillier, Kate said: “I think we will leave it there.”
She added: “The people on Love Island are looking for a cure for hay fever.”
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Those watching at home were not impressed with their antics and took to Twitter to moan about it.
One person wrote: “It’s all getting a bit schoolboy now.#GMB.”
A second added: “Omg. Calm down. It’s not that exciting. #gmb.”
While a third tweeted: “Gosh, utter chaos on #GMB as fully grown adults giggle like children because someone mentioned having sex. .”
And a fourth commented: “Someone mentioned the word ‘sex’ and they all jump up shrieking with laughter. In many other less prudish, priggish countries the remark would’ve passed without a raised eyebrow. #gmb.”
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