Dan Walker brands BBC Breakfast colleague a ‘wrongun’ after Sally Nugent shares concerns
Line of Duty: Charlie Stayt and Munchetty perform mock interview
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BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker took to social media today to declare he would not be a CHIS [Covert Human Intelligence Source] in a Line of Duty-themed segment. The 44-year-old presenter, who is a huge fan of the police drama, made his comments after spotting a picture of himself on the wall during a mock interrogation scene featuring today’s hosts Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt.
Last night, BBC Breakfast reporter Josh Parry posted two behind-the-scenes images online, as the cast filmed the scene.
“On tomorrow’s #BBCBreakfast – could AC-12’s newest recruits help crack the code and unveil H’s identity?,” he wrote online in view of his 6,085 followers.
“Spoiler: probably not,” the broadcast journalist amusingly added.
Eagle-eyed Dan zoomed in the social media snap, and posted the close-up picture on his own account.
“No way am I a CHIS,” he told his 709,900 followers.
“I’m OCG [Organised Crime Group] baby,” the presenter continued before adding a laughing emoji.
“I know what’s under that concrete floor #LineOfDuty,” he went on to say.
“Never mind that. Who bumped off me and @carolkirkwood!” Dan’s co-worker Sally Nugent wrote in the comments section of the tweet, detailing her own concerns about the sketch.
Clearly amused, weather presenter Carol added several laughing emojis.
“You know for a fact it was @MetMattTaylor #Wrongun,” Dan responded.
“No comment,” Matt replied, using a popular phrase from the programme.
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Earlier in the day, the BBC Breakfast account tweeted the Line of Duty-inspired clip ahead of the season finale.
Naga could be seen interrogating her co-host Charlie.
“BBC12 interview of DS Charlie Stayt via DS Naga Munchetty.
“DS Stayt, you remain under caution,” she began.
“We believe you may have information relating to the identity of a high-ranking member of the OCG, H.”
“I demand to be interviewed by a presenter of at least one rank higher,” Charlie amusingly replied.
Fans of the crime drama can’t wait to discover who H is, in the concluding episode which airs this weekend.
Many believe that it is not one of the three main characters – Detective Inspector Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), Detective Inspector Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) or Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar).
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