Richard Madeley slams GMB desk as he hits out at Silent Witness warning

Richard Madeley slams GMB desk as he hits out at Silent Witness warning

Good Morning Britain presenter Richard Madeley was seen banging his fists on the desk today as he discussed TV show Silent Witness.

The 66 year old seemed furious about the popular BBC drama issuing a trigger warning for "upsetting scenes" that aired on Sunday.

After the BBC informed viewers that the show would "contains some strong language, some violence and some upsetting scenes" Richard fumed during a debate regarding students at the University of East Anglia being warned that the scenes could trigger them.

The presenter asked viewers: "Basic question for you, are you getting sick of the warning culture we seem to be drifting into in this country?

"We were watching Silent Witness in our house last week.

"Silent Witness is all about murders and autopsies, grisly bits of evidence and lots of blood. We know that, it's Silent Witness, it's been on for years.

"They're now putting a warning up in front of it saying be careful because there are some scenes you might find upsetting'."

Richard then slammed his fists on the desk and said: "Yes we know, it's Silent Witness."

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