GMB fans fuming over ‘pathetic’ Post-it segment as they ‘switch off’ show

Good Morning Britain fans were left flocking to Twitter after the hit ITV show aired a bizarre segment that showed Richard Arnold trying to stick Post-it notes on his face.

The light-hearted challenge aimed to see if the showbiz presenter could break the world record for sticking the most number of Post-its on his face in 30 seconds.

Despite his best efforts, Richard wasn't able to break the record.

Speaking via video link monitoring the attempt, Guinness World record adjudicator said: "The current record as it stands in the 2020 Guinness World Record Book is 38.

"Richard you achieved, it was a good attempt i have to say, you achieved 11.

"So you it is not a Guinness World Record i'm afraid."

Laughing Kate Garraway teased: "I mean, you would have thought your enormous head would have given you enough space."

Always one to crack a joke, Richard replied: "I got a text from my mother and she said did you tape it… I said no mum that would be cheating."

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "What the heck is this about!?"

Another added: "What's going on today, utter cr*p I'm switching over."

"Turned on, turned off, back to the radio," a third continued.

A fourth moaned: "Beyond pathetic."

However, not everyone was unimpressed with the light-hearted statement.

Replying to GMB's official Twitter after the programme's account shared a clip of the segment, one supporter praised: "Luv ya Rich."

Replying to GMB's official Twitter after the programme's account shared a clip of the segment, one supporter praised: "Luv ya Rich."

Thursday's show was hosted by Kate Garraway and Alex Beresford.

Despite moving on to harder hitting topics such as the coronavirus testing chaos across the country the duo decided to take a noticeably calmer tone than regular boost Piers Morgan.

Good Morning Britain continues weekdays on ITV 6am

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