The 58-year-old presenter did not hold back about his feelings towards the channel, which has been described as the Netflix of the hunting world.
Belfast-born broadcaster Eamonn clashed with supporter Diggory Hadoke as a debate grew heated between the pair.
The pro-hunting campaigner was heard asking Eamonn whether he had seen any of the programmes on the channel called My Outdoor TV.Related articles
Eamonn said that he had only seen clips, before hitting out: “What I’ve see has made my blood run cold.”
He then pointed at a newspaper headline on a newspaper which read: “Arsenal chief’s sick TV shame”.
The host went on to say: “People who pose as trophy hunters beside things like that, make me sick actually and I think a man who’s in charge of Arsenal Football Club, who owns it, has a social responsibility not to be peddling with that.”
ITVEamonn Holmes spoke passionately about his loathing of hunting
ITVDiggory Hadoke clashed with Eamonn Holmes on Good Morning Britain
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