Naga Munchetty left speechless by BBC Breakfast co-star’s odd admission ‘Why would you?’

Mike said: “You set me the challenge of finding a vuvuzela Naga, that’s ridiculous, I’m not going to find one of them, that was back in 2010. 

“But look, Arsenal and Chelsea-themed balloons,” he said, with a red and blue balloon in each hand. 

He proceeded to deflate the balloons, adding: “Sums up the feeling really here, bit deflated without the crowds.

“Normally this would be a sea of colour throughout the day, the noise of fans singing and dancing along to music… 

“You feel for all the businesses around here which do a roaring trade in the run-up to kick-off but not today… it’s very empty and quiet.”

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One. 

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