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Video: Talksport’s Alan Brazil Involved in Heated Row With Newsreader Live On Air

Video: Talksport’s Alan Brazil Involved in Heated Row With Newsreader Live On Air

Talksport presenter Alan Brazil was involved in a heated row with newsreader Sandy Warr during his breakfast show this morning – which resulted in Warr storming off live on air.

The former Scotland international was alongside former Newcastle striker Mickey Quinn as Warr read out the day’s big headlines at 6:30am.

The discussion soon turned to the ongoing crisis engulfing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with Brazil accusing journalist Warr of being biased towards him and jokingly asking if she was his niece.

But as she held her ground, things elevated, and she seemed to lose her cool:

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Brazil has tweeted since the argument, insisting that he spoke to Sandy after the show, and insisting their relationship is fine:

Sandy Warr is yet to make any comment on the matter.

But what do you make of the incident? Is Brazil out of order? Or does Warr lose her cool a bit too easily?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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