Naga Munchetty leaves David Jason flustered as she makes cheeky naked joke ‘Blimey!’

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Only Fools and Horses legend David Jason appeared via video link from his home in Aylesbury this morning to speak with Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt on BBC Breakfast. The trio had plenty to talk about, from David’s new book to his career at the BBC. However, when the conversation turned to the fact the actor had his helicopter pilot’s license, Naga shocked everyone with a rude joke.

The moment came as the interview neared its close and Naga probed the actor on being nervous when he takes to the skies.

“Because you’re 80 now, which you make very clear in the book,” Naga began.

“And you’ve had a very subdued birthday and I won’t ask you where you went because you refuse to say where you went for your birthday with your wife and daughter because you don’t want to reveal the restaurant because you’re being selfish about it, basically,

“But, when you had your test for the helicopter licence, the record is held by an 87-year-old at the moment, do you get the nervous feeling?”

The BBC Breakfast host continued: “Like you know when you walk through airport security,

“And you know you’ve done nothing wrong but you still worry that someone’s gonna…”

David quickly interjected, however, having misheard Naga and shouted: “Got nothing on!

“How many airfields have you been through with nothing on?”

Naga and Charlie saw the funny side of the miscommunication, with Naga keeping the joke going.

“Well, you know what I’m like,” she said. “You know me, that’s how I travel, David.

“Free and easy,” she added, prompting a flustered David to reply: “Corr, blimey.”

The actor then cheekily joked: “I’m gonna be in the airport next time you travel.”

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Naga managed to regain composure as she eventually got her question out.

“You obviously want to keep flying, do you ever get that nervous feeling?”

“Well, yes, of course,” David told the presenter. “You’re absolutely right.”

The actor then went on to detail all the complexities that arise when taking on the pilot’s test.

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