The BBC’s Carol Kirkwood was left face red after saying she saw ‘a lot of doggers’ in Greenwich Park in a hilarious slip of the tongue.
The seasoned weather presenter had gushed with excitement during the hot weekend weather when she mixed her words this morning.
Carol had tried to describe seeing a lot of ‘dog walkers and joggers’ in Greenwich Park on the BBC Breakfast show when she exclaimed: ‘We saw a lot of doggers’.
Dogging is a British slang term for having sex in public in plain sight – often reported to take place in parking lots and woods.
And the 58-year-old was quick to realize her mistake, saying, “Not doggers of course, lots of dog walkers and joggers here this morning. ”
She then quickly moved on to forecasting for the rest of the week.
The presenter then tweeted shortly thereafter, writing: “This will teach me to try saying joggers and dog walkers in the same sentence !!! Sorry! ”
The clip quickly gained attention online – with many viewers left in hysteria over the tongue slip.
TV critic and broadcaster Scott Bryan joked on Twitter, “Good morning for that. ”
Another joked: “Haha live reports of dogs in UK parks”.
And a third praised her for her persistence, writing, “What a pro, barely skipped a beat. “
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The UK blew under a scorching sun this weekend, with Britons packing beaches to stay cool.
Early-rising sun seekers raced towards the coast to bask in the 32C heat – causing traffic jam on the third day of the UK heatwave.
But forecasts now expect to see four days of thunderstorms this week, with lightning and even flooding expected.