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25/01/2019 15:00 GMT | Updated 25/01/2019 15:26 GMT

'Good Morning Britain' Suffers The Definition Of A Subtitle Cock-Up

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‘Good Morning Britain’ went all Celtic on Friday morning as they joined in with the Burns Night celebrations. 

In honour of the occasion, showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold donned a traditional Scottish kilt – something that led to one hell of a subtitling gaffe.

After Kate Garraway complimented Richard’s pink furry sporran, he replied with a reference to a traditional Scottish soup dish.

“Does that put you in the mood for some cock-a-leekie soup or what?” he asked.

We’ll give you one guess as to what subsequently appeared on the subtitles...

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Childish, but still hilarious. 

However, the Burns Night surprises didn’t end there, as the on-air team were left stunned when Richard decided to reveal to them whether or not he was wearing a kilt in a traditional way. 

“Oh there are just some things you can’t un-see aren’t there?” Kate remarked. 

Ben Shephard joked: “That’s one way to wake you up on a Friday morning, although something hasn’t quite woken up yet, has it Rich?”

‘Good Morning Britain’ airs weekdays at 6am on ITV. 

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