Viewers of Good Morning Britain are more used to seeing Piers Morgan reacting with indignation, but this time it wasn't the controversial host, but one of the guests, who ended storming off.
Radio presenter and broadcaster, Iain Dale, stormed off the set of ITV's breakfast show during a debate on the Tate Modern gallery attack and social cuts.
Dale appeared with Grace Blakeley and Nihal Arthanayake to discuss Jonty Bravery, the teenager who threw a young child from the balcony of the Tate Modern last year.
I enjoy my early mornings on @GMB with @Jacqui_Smith1 because they're all about civilised discussion. Today's was not. It was about closing me down. I decided it wasn't worth hanging around. Apologies to @kategarraway, @benshephard & @CharlotteHawkns but enough is enough.— Iain Dale (@IainDale) February 7, 2020
The discussion came after Bravery had reportedly told his carers that he had an urge to throw someone from a tall building.
The autistic 18-year-old has admitted to throwing the French youngster from the observation balcony of the famous London art gallery in August 2019.
The young boy spent months in intensive care, before being able to be transported to a French hospital, where he continues to recover.