BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty, 46, thrilled as she’s refused bottle of wine as shopkeeper didn’t consider she’s over 18

BBC Breakfast’s Naga Munchetty, 46, thrilled as she’s refused bottle of wine as shopkeeper didn’t believe she’s over 18

BBC breakfast host Naga Muchetty celebrated ‘successful at life’ after she was knocked again from shopping for wine.

The favored information presenter, 46, tried to purchase wine at her native grocery store however was refused service as a result of she didn’t have ID on her proving her age.

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BBC Breakfast host, Naga Munchetty, 46[/caption]

Naga celebrated the second and took to Twitter to share the thrilling second along with her 254,000 followers.

“Am successful at life in a small method this morning… Simply been refused to be offered a bottle of wine on the native grocery store by the stunning girl on the until as a result of I had no I.D. YES!” she wrote.

Her followers rejoiced the small triumph along with her, with different journalists sharing their related experiences.

“I obtained ‘carded’ lately to see if I used to be over 25 in a grocery store. I used to be sporting a masks and a hat to be honest. However nonetheless,” replied her BBC colleague Sophie Raworth, 52.


The host was lately delighted to be knocked again from shopping for wine[/caption]


She didn’t have ID proving she was over 18 and subsequently was not allowed to purchase wine[/caption]

Sky Information journalist Jayne Secker argued youthful appears have to be frequent amongst TV information presenters after she had the identical occur to her.

Jayne wrote: “Nicely accomplished. I used to be ‘checked’ by an older girl the opposite day who mentioned I seemed ‘a lot too younger’ however she would let me have it. Wished to kiss her.”

Different followers of Naga reassured her, she was ‘carded’ as a result of she appears so good for her age.


Naga celebrated the second and described the shopkeeper as ‘beautiful’[/caption]

The sunshine-hearted second was probably welcomed by Naga who was lately focused with violent threats.

Naga and her BBC co-host Charlie Stayt have been on the centre of an impartiality row after Charlie made enjoyable of the dimensions of a nationwide banner draped within the nook of an workplace behind Housing Minister Robert Jenrick.


In addition to being a extremely regarded journalist, Naga can be a eager a golfer[/caption]

His remarks, and Naga’s response to them, led to greater than 6,000 complaints to BBC grievance handlers, which have been largely geared toward Naga.

Based on Non-public Eye many of the complaints have been categorised as exhibiting “overt racism/misogyny” and 70 have been logged as “abusive”.

4 of the complaints needed to be referred to the BBC’s safety and investigations group as a consequence of their threatening nature and the police are actually concerned.

Naga could possibly be heard laughing as he made the feedback, whereas the Minister grimaced.