'It’s risky’ Charlie Stayt shuts down Naga Munchetty over ‘dangerous’ demand

“That’s amazing,” Charlie commented, while Naga continued: “He only used a rope to go down to keep straight, and monofin.

“It was a competition in the Bahamas, but yeah, he’s broken the British freediving record. Three minutes and 14 seconds.”

Teasing, Charlie replied: “…And breathe,” pretending he’d been holding his breath.

“You should have done,” Naga stated, disappointed. “But you didn’t.”

“How long was that? About a minute-and-a-half, something like that?” Charlie joked.

Naga answered bluntly: “No. You didn’t. You didn’t do it.”

BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.

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