Freddie Flintoff Laughs As Piers Morgan Falls Off His Chair During Celebrity Golf Tournament
The former England cricketer thought all of his Christmases had come at once as the Good Morning Britain presenter went to take his seat mid-round at the Pro-Am golf tournament at the Centurion Club in Hertfordshire and fell on his ar*e.
In a clip posted online by Paddy Power, Freddie and Piers can be seen standing at the side, waiting for Scottish pro Carly Booth to take her shot.
However, it doesn't all go quite according to plan for Piers as he goes to plant his bottom but ends up losing his balance and tumbling to the floor.
Cue Freddie to absolutely lose it.
The Top Gear presenter burst out laughing before running around Piers in a big circle and jumping for joy as if he had just had an Aussie out for a duck in the old Ashes.
In the video, Freddie can be heard shrieking: "Yes! Get in!"
A suitably embarrassed Piers then pleas with the production team, asking: "Please tell me you did not get that on camera."
Sadly for you, Piers, yes, yes they did.
Since the clip was posted, it has been shared more than 600 times and received more than 3,600 likes, with fans cracking up at Freddie's reaction.
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Commenting on the clip, one Twitter user said: "Absolute top draw comedy."
A second wrote: "Flintoff proper wind up love it."
A third said: "Absolute comedy gold... Freddie's knees are better I see."
While another added: "Piers said he had put on weight recently. Obviously enough to overbalance."
This comes a day after Piers became embroiled in furious exchange of words with former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani during an interview on Good Morning Britain.
After the segment aired, industry regulator Ofcom was hit with 135 complaints, although Morgan apologised very soon after Giuliani swore.
The argument began after Morgan quoted one of US President Donald Trump's recent tweets, which contained the words 'when the looting starts, the shooting starts' - a phrase originally used by notoriously racist Miami police chief Walter Headley in 1967.
Morgan told Giuliani: "He should never have said it and you should be big enough to admit he shouldn't have said it."
Republican Giuliani - who now serves as Trump's lawyer - then accused Morgan of distorting the facts.
"You have misinterpreted him on purpose," he told the host. "It was an accurate warning and it actually happened - people have been killed."
Featured Image Credit: Paddy Power
Topics: UK Entertainment
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