Good Morning Britain viewers have taken to Twitter and slammed the show’s coverage of Storm Eunice.
It all started when presenters Ben Shepherd and Kate Garraway interviewed weather reporters who urged people to ‘stay at home’.
One of them said: “Real worry is this high wind as well, flying debris is the thing that may cause risk to life.
“At holiday homes, where static caravans are common, people are concerned they could be blown over in the wind.
“It is quiet here in Devon – every school is closed, people are told to stay at home, because of this wind which is getting stronger and stronger all the time.”
After watching the segment, many people took to social media and blasted the programme’s bosses for allowing the weather reporters to go to ‘dangerous coastal areas’.
One tweeted: “Sorry @GMB but there is a clear warning about the weather and you put your news reporter @lornashaddick and the camera crew in possible danger to get a story.
“Let’s hope she and the camera crew stay safe while everyone @GMB is nice and warm in the studio.”
In agreement, another added: “Those were my thoughts exactly! Red weather warning, threat to life, so let’s put our reporter and camera man in danger!”
“Why does @GMB tell everyone to avoid the seafront because it’s dangerous, but then put poor reporters there?” a third questioned. “It’s not necessary, it doesn’t add anything to the report, except putting the reporters in danger.”
A fourth fumed: “@GMB reporters telling [people] to stay away from the coast because of the risk of Storm Eunice sweeping you away. Every single reporter is reporting from either a dockside, harbour or promenade!!!”
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