Piers Morgan Mocks the Chinese Language on Live TV
Piers Morgan has made headlines for the wrong reasons once again after he mimicked the Chinese language on a milk advertisement during a segment on Good Morning Britain.
The 54-year-old ITV presenter was discussing Megan Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to leave the royal family, and if they would follow the son of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips, Peter Phillips, who starred in the Chinese ad for milk, Metro reported.
@GMB why are you allowing @piersmorgan to be racist and mock the Chinese language. A disgrace!!! @Ofcom need to investigate this and heavily fine both him, the show and the network for condoning this crass, racist and inflammatory action by their ‘presenter’ #removepiers
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