Loose Women viewers were left horrified after a debate on the popular ITV daytime talk show centred around eating strangers' food in public.
Kaye Adams explained on Friday's episode that she and co-presenter Sophie Morgan were "on the same side" of the debate, with the pair going on to admit they have previously indulged in strangers' leftovers on the train while also eating bread off the hotel floor.
Less than impressed, Judi Love was having none of it, as she cheekily quipped: "I was just everyone to know who Sophie and Kaye is," she said as she pointed at the two ladies sitting next to her.
Sophie immediately added that she "didn't feel any shame" of her stance on the controversial matter.
Later Judi gave her thoughts on the matters, saying: "One, you didn't know the people, and secondly, they've actually taken a bite of the cake."
When Kaye explained that it was "just a little bite", Judi responded: "Just a little is enough." However, Sophie couldn't help but back Kaye, telling her, "I'm on your team!"
However, viewers were just not seeing Kaye and Sophie's side, as they blasted their comments, with one person tweeting in disgust: "That is just Vile…no other word needed…Vile !!! #LooseWomen."
A second added: "#LooseWomen don't you remember the Salisbury Poisonings?? Anything on a strangers table 'left basically untouched' could be tampered with."
A third wrote: "No way. Eating strangers left overs on the train. Eating bread off hotel floor to save money!!? Are they having a laugh #LooseWomen," while another echoed: "One word ladies …. #Wow just no! other people's food you don't know #Bleurgh #LooseWomen."
Another added: "Kaye Adams has just revealed she ate a slice of chocolate cake that a stranger left behind on a train and people wonder how COVID came about #LooseWomen."
Meanwhile, Loose Women still rakes in thousands of viewers daily with its debates and discussions. However, one person who recently revealed she "never watches it" is Carol McGiffin.
The star only announced her shock exit from the popular daytime programme last week, 23 years after joining the show in 2000.
The 63-year-old blasted "woke" show bosses after initially saying she had "stepped back" due to "unjust" contract disputes.
Speaking to GB News' Dan Wootton, Carol said: "There are a lot of people who think the programme has gone very, very woke."
Dan said: "I feel that as a viewer. I don't watch any more." Carol then replied: "Well, neither do I."
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