David Cameron accidentally SWEARS live on This Morning while expressing his frustration over Boris Johnson's infamous Brexit bus - leaving Holly and Phil in hysterics
- Former Prime Minister David Cameron, 52, left This Morning hosts in hysterics
- Appeared to stumble over words as he tried to say he 'shouted' about Brexit bus
- Moment came as Phil told people would be 'spitting at TV' over campaign
- David said he had 'done a lot more than that' before announcing he had 'sh*t'
- Holly and Phil left giggling, while wife Samantha also couldn't contain laughter
David Cameron left This Morning presenters Holly and Phil in hysterics today after he accidentally he swore live on air.
The former Prime Minister, 52, tried to say that he was left 'shouting at the TV' over the now infamous Brexit campaign bus, but stumbled over his word and said that he'd 's*** at the screen'.
Holly and Phil were left giggling after David's mistake, with the former politician left red-faced and profusely apologising over blunder.
The funny moment came as David and his wife Samantha appeared on This Morning to discuss the politician's upcoming biography, For the Record, which comes out today.
David Cameron, 52, left Holly and Phil in hysterics after he accidentally swore on the programme while trying to reveal he 'shouted at the TV' over the infamous Brexit bus
Viewers were also left giggling over the former Prime Minister's slip up, with many taking to Twitter to post about the embarrassing moment
The couple were discussing the Brexit bus, with host Phillip saying people would be 'spitting at the TV' because of the bus, which claimed the UK sends £350 million a week to the EU, which could be used to fund the NHS.
Meanwhile David revealed: 'Believe me I did more than [spit at the TV]. I s*** - I mean. Sorry, sorry I shouted at the TV!'
As the TV hosts collapsed into giggles, David Cameron flushed a deep red, while Samantha was also left in hysterics.
Apparently exceptionally embarrassed, David put his hand to his head and and profusely apologised while the rest of the studio fell about laughing.
Holly and Phil collapsed into giggles after the hysterical moment from the former Prime Minister, who was on the programme to discuss his biography, For the Record
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The former Prime Minister flushed a deep red following the swearing slip-up, and apolised profusely, admitting that he had 'choked' over his words
Hysterical with laughter, Phil joked: 'Believe me, we have been ever-since.'
Meanwhile David continued trying to correct himself, saying: 'Sorry, sorry - choked! Choked! We've broken a new boundary I think.'
Phil commented: 'Well at least you've never said that on News night.'
David went on to say that he had shouted at the TV because it was 'incredible frustrating', saying: 'Because yes we do give money to Brussels but nothing like what was on the side of the bus.'
While Holly and Phil were left giggling, David's wife Samantha could also hardly contain her laughter over his slip-up
Viewers were also left giggling over the slip-up, with many taking to Twitter to joke about the mistake.
One commented: '#Sh** at the TV - brexit has a lot to answer for.'
Another posted: 'Today I learnt that David Cameron was so upset at the Leave campaign's bus of lies that he s*** at the TV.'
David also revealed that the now-famous moment he 'hummed' while on the way back into Downing Street had been 'a panic hum' as he was concerned the door wouldn't open for him
Another added in disbelief: 'David Cameron, you did WHAT?'
David also recalled the now famous moment he hummed while walking back to Number 10 having resigned after the referendum.
He said he had been concerned that the door to the building would not open, and 'panic hummed' as he strode back to Number 10.
He said: 'I was trying to calm myself.'