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Richard Madeley seemed to almost drop the F-bomb during a furious rant about smart motorways on Good Morning Britain.
The 65-year-old TV host had voiced his concern on the subject matter in the past and it's safe to say he's certainly on a mission to prevent more roads from being installed.
In a discussion with Kevin Maguire and Andrew Pierce, Richard asked: "But what if you have a blow out?
"What if you have a total electrical breakdown – which is a very common fault in modern cars – you can’t just stop or limp onto a lay-by, you would be stuck in a f…." he stopped himself before continuing: "In a lane."
His accidental slip of the tongue didn't go unnoticed by GMB viewers who took to Twitter to call him out.
One tweet read: "Richard saying f***ing at 6.55am."
Another online user shared a video clip of the moment, asking: "Did Madeley nearly slip up and swear here?"
One response read: "Thanks for the confirmation, I thought I was hearing things."
A second replied: "Yes! We heard it too."
While a third confirmed beneath the post: "Spotted it straight away 100%."
Meanwhile on the programme, Richard made the jaw-dropping admission that he'd missed his wedding anniversary.
Richard had taken part in the latest I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – explaining that he'd needed to pass up his 35th anniversary celebrations to wife Judy Finnigan in a bid to take part in the show.
In a chat with Richard Arnold and Susanna Reid, he hit back at the celeb expert: "Listen you, it was our 35th wedding anniversary when I was in the castle.
"I left her with an emerald ring so there!
"How much was the ring though that you'd bought?" asked Susanna.
"£750,000 it was," explained Richard
"What?" exploded Susanna, as her co-host fell about laughing, adding: "Of course not."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV
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