In anticipation of the final episode of Line of Duty, which airs on Sunday, BBC Breakfast hosts Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty took part in a sketch as they tried to work out who H was. However, after the clip was broadcast, Charlie claimed he'd been stopped from giving it his all as bosses banned him from trialling out different accents.
The sketch showed Charlie being interrogated by Naga, as she said: "We believe you have information relating to the identity of the high-ranking member of the OCG, H."
Charlie responded: "I demand to be interviewed by a presenter of at least one rank higher," a nod towards a line commonly used on the BBC police drama.
Naga said: "DS Stayt, I urge you to cooperate. Hand over your evidence and I'll let you walk free."
It concluded with Charlie handing over "evidence" and saying: "BBC Breakfast viewers have concluded that H is...."Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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Back in the studio, Charlie made it clear he wasn't pleased with the limitations imposed on his acting for the comedic clip.
Joking about Naga's expression in the final scene, he commented: "Just remind us of that face at the end there."
"No, it doesn't matter!" Naga said. "I hope you enjoyed it," she told viewers.
Charlie explained: "Can I point out I was banned from using my vast array of accents and different genres of