BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty appeared to be in a rather playful mood after she demanded her colleague Mike Bushell to pose as a statue.During the latest episode of the popular morning show, Mike was in Birmingham discussing the Commonwealth Games via video link and began his segment by positioning himself as one of the statues behind him.However as he came to a close, with host Charlie Stayt thanking him for his time, Naga told him that he must also position himself like The River Sculpture located in the water feature behind him.READ MORE: BBC Breakfast chaos as host warns show will 'end badly' when key routine skippedCharlie said: "We'll see you later on.
Thank you."But Naga quickly chimed: "Well hold on a minute Mike, well Mike starts by doing the statue poses so I was just looking behind you."Glancing nervously, Mike agreed to pose like the famous The River Sculpture , however, a crew member could be heard shouting: "Not on the edge!"Mike said: "Ok, go on then!
It's a lot easier than leaning." He continued: "Bit near the water but don't worry that was four years ago, we've forgotten what happened on the Gold Coast."In the studio, Naga replied: "Hands to one side and lean nicely.""Very nice, stay there.Read more on dailystar.co.uk