GMB turns awkward as furious guests slam Dr Sarah in fiery Covid lockdown clash
Good Morning Britain got fiery today as Dr Sarah Jarvis was given a dressing down by pensioner Maureen, who went viral from a TV interview, and her husband Mike.
The pair discussed their thoughts on coronavirus, as Maureen and Mike said that they were still going out everyday as they didn't want to spend the rest of their lives trapped inside.
They also claimed that the government shouldn't listen to scientists about how to deal with coronavirus, as Maureen moaned about the doom and gloom that had been caused.
Despite South Yorkshire being in a Tier 3 lockdown, Maureen claimed she "doesn't give a s*d" about the measures imposed on her, and will still be living her life as normal.
However, things turned awkward when Dr Sarah Jarvis came on the show to give some advice, as Mike told her: "You're guessing because you don't know, you're inexperienced."
Mike then claimed he had been through six pandemics and was therefore more experienced than her, as the interview turned very frosty.
As Mike ranted on, his wife Maureen was then seen elbowing him in the chest to get him to stop talking on air.
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