BBC presenter makes quite a splash . .


Breakfast presenter Mike Bushell us being hailed a legend after he fell into a pool while talking to England's Commonwealth Games medallists live on air.

Presenter Mike Bushell caused quite a splash when he fell into a swimming pool during a live interview on BBC Breakfast.

Try though they might, the swimmers, who included Adam Peaty and Siobhan Marie O'Connor, couldn't contain their laughter at the gaffe. However, Bushell wasn't as careful as he ought to be and missed a step beneath his feet, eventually falling into the deeper water.

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So, with that said, I'm pleased to be able to inform you that today another of the service's presenters had an on-air nightmare.

His interview was cut short, though, as his microphone and sound pack appeared to have suffered some water damage during his fall.

'All the people here are literally on the floor, ' Bushell told viewers, referring to the crew off-camera.

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Bushell did attempt to carry on but Vasey was unable to stop laughing and back in the studio, Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt were unable to hear him because his soundpack had stopped working. "Mike fell in the pool".

Breakfast presenters Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt later chose to replay the mishap, for the benefit of viewers who had missed it the first time round.

"Congratulations", he told the sports stars who are now competing in the Commonwealth Games, before slipping and shouting: "Whoops, I didn't see the step".

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