GOOD Morning Britain's Andi Peters walked off camera after Alex Beresford made a cheeky swipe.
The weatherman, 40, left viewers gobsmacked after he branded Andi's behaviour "cheap".
Andi appeared on the Friday's competition segment, as he showed off a £1000 bottle of perfume.
Andi grabbed a tester and sprayed it all over his body and told Alex and Charlotte Hawkins he'd just used "£10's worth".
Alex couldn't resist but make a subtle jibe, calling out Andi's behaviour.
He said: "I bet And is one of those people who goes into all the department stores for all the testers as he doesn’t want to pay out for a proper bottle."
Andi quickly replied that Charlotte seemed like the type of person who went into a department store to "try out a full face of make-up".
In fits of laughter, the presenters took it in good humour and seemingly agreed with Andi's jibe.
FOR SOCKS' SAKE
During today's instalment, Alex was caught hiking his socks up on air after an awkward blunder left him unaware that he was on camera.
With the programme supposed to cut to local news, Alex told viewers: "Now let's take a look at the news, travel, and weather where you are."
The camera then panned out on the studio, but it didn't cut – with the stars instead seen chatting while Charlotte sipped on her drink.
Alex then abruptly turned in his chair and bizarrely lifted his leg, being shown to yank up a sock before the camera finally cut.
Taking to Twitter, one fan said of the gaffe: "@alexberesfordTV – nice socks! The camera forgot to cut to the news…"
However, Alex and Charlotte brushed off the blunder when they returned to our screens – making no mention of what had happened.
Earlier this week, Good Morning Britain came under fire when Charlotte and co-host Ranvir Singh made FOUR mistakes when chatting to a Game of Thrones star.
Viewers at home were left cringing as they quizzed Iwan Rheon – and almost every question that he was asked proved to be incorrect.
The actor politely corrected the multitude of mistakes, including him being in a band, wanting to go on Eurovision, and his child's birthday.
But fans at home were less forgiving, calling to "sack the researcher" as they slammed the "painful" interview.
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