Laura Tobin is knocked out by a sheep, leaving GMB viewers startled.
On Tuesday morning, things were not going as planned for weather forecaster Laura Tobin, who was nearly given a’sheep ride’ while attempting to present the weather.
Laura Tobin, the weather forecaster on Good Morning Britain, was forcefully assaulted by sheep on Tuesday morning’s show, leaving viewers astonished.
The meteorologist was feeding sheep while attempting to present the weather, but things didn’t go as planned when one of the animals attempted to take her on its back.
Laura continued to provide the forecast like the professional she is, but she ended up yelling and giggling halfway through.
“Laura’s enjoying a sheep ride,” remarked presenter Richard Madeley back in the studio.
As the events unfolded, people took to Twitter to express their opinions.
“Laura just got touched by a sheep,” one fan said, followed by a surprised emoji.
‘Good old @Lauratobin1riding a sheep on @gmb,’ another joked.
“That sheep understood exactly what he was doing!” chimed in a third.
A fourth said, “Sheep takes Laura Tobin for a ride during the weather forecast.”
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