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BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty, Charlie Stayt and roving reporter Hannah Miller had to think on their feet when a festival-goer gatecrashed an interview.

The pair were speaking to Hannah, who was situated at the Download festival to speak about the news from the UK music festival. This included talking about the fans who were forced to abandon attending the event due to the road traffic leading up to its location – Donington Park.

Hannah walked past a row of tents and updated the presenters back in the studio on the atmosphere.

‘Metallica were performing really, really late into the night, so some of them [the attendees] are only just going to bed,’ she explained.

‘There are a few early rises coming around.’

It was at this point a festival-goer saw it as his opportunity to have 15 minutes of fame.

‘I love my prescription speed provided by the NHS,’ he exclaimed into the camera.

Certainly not a sentence you expect to hear on a breakfast show!

A slightly-flustered Hannah replied: ‘Thank you, hey’ and seemingly stifled a small giggle. ‘Thank you very much. Thank you.’

The member of the public was wearing a sweatband, and carrying two empty cans of beer which could give us an insight into the kind of weekend he is having.

Members of the breakfast show’s crew quickly rushed to get him out of the shot as Hannah apologised, and threw back to the studio.

‘There’s a lot of people who want to have a lot of fun as we can see,’ she pointed out after the surprise outburst.

‘Sorry about that.’

We wonder if he’ll remember this interaction tomorrow.

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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