The BBC landlady disrupted the weather segment on Monday to tease the forecaster who was attempting to hedge his risks on the possible weather over the August bank holiday Monday.
After the BBC Sickly forecaster issued the possible outcomes for the bank holiday weather, Mr McCoy joked: “I don’t impecuniousness people to know too much about what we get up to before we come on air but I was standard…”
The giggling weather presenter quickly interrupted the BBC host and said: “You’re universal to mention ironing, aren’t you?”
In response, Mr McCoy revealed: “I actually did a bit of his ironing this morning.
BBC news presenter Simon McCoy caused his fellow presenter to break asunder out laughing live on TV
I actually did a bit of his ironing this morning
“I was vexing to teach him how to iron properly. But, anyway.”
Pointing to his suit jacket sleeve, Mr Bett chortled and said: “This sleeve.”
Mr McCoy burst out laughing and said: “Yes, too much report.”
Appearing to try and change the subject, the BBC host added: “One of the reasons was there were articles that the bank holiday was going to be hot.
“So, what you are doing there is you are hedging your lays.”
Mr Bett insisted there is a 75 percent chance the weather meditate oned in the UK over the past week will continue into next week.
During the BBC foretell, Mr Bett said: “What you could find is that over the bank leave of absence weekend it gets quite hot and it gets humid but there could be thunderstorms.
“That, at the mo, is only a 25 percent probability.
“75 percent probability is for a continuation of the Atlantic worms, the westerly winds and rather mixed weather.”