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PIERS MORGAN issued an apology on Good Morning Britain today, after hitting out at a camera operator on the ITV show.

PUBLISHED: 13:53, Tue, Dec 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:42, Tue, Dec 1, 2020

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Good Morning Britain hosts Piers Morgan, 55, and Susanna Reid, 49, discussed what would qualify as a substantial meal in pubs once lockdown ends. The outspoken presenter's issue with the camera operator came about when he asked them to zoom into a Scotch egg he was holding.

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It comes after it was claimed that pub-goers will be able to order a round of drinks alongside the savoury dish in Tier 2 areas, once lockdown is lifted.

The GMB presenters were unimpressed by the revelation as they discussed minister George Eustice's remarks.

But it didn't take long for Piers to fume at his colleague behind the scenes following a camera issue.

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Piers held up his Scotch egg and could be heard shouting: "This Scotch egg… can we show it please?"

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Piers Morgan apologises after slamming GMB camera operator on-airPiers Morgan apologises after slamming GMB camera operator on-air (Image: ITV)

GMB host Piers Morgan asked the camera operator to zoom into his Scotch eggGMB host Piers Morgan asked the camera operator to zoom into his Scotch egg (Image: ITV)

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"Go in close... what's happening up there?" he fumed as the camera operator failed to zoom up close to the delicacy.

Piers continued: "Come on. One of you get my Scotch egg?"

The camera then zoomed in on the one Susanna was holding, with Piers moaning: "What about my Scotch egg? Why is she getting the air time?"

Susanna interjected: "You're being very petulant this morning.

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