He used the word “gongoozler”, which officially means “a person who enjoys watching activity on UK channels.
The word was introduced to the show by guest Glyes Brandreth, who was probably unaware of its alternate meaning.
But some bewildered viewers searched for the definition of the word and encountered the rather graphic sexual act on the Urban Dictionary.
They then contacted the show to complain, so Lorraine berated Andi and warned him that it was a “naughty word.”
Lorraine said: “Glyes Brandreth gave us a word earlier, Andi I never want you to use this, we had a few tweets and apparently the word is very mean. So don’t use it ok? ”
“Yes, zipped,” replied Andi.
” Made #susiedent really introduce you to this word? : -o “.
Another warned Lorraine: ” @reallorraine do not use this word gongoozle! Look for it in the urban dictionary! “.
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* Good Morning Britain aired on weekdays on ITV at 6 a.m.