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Good Morning Britain fans were left pleading with Adil Ray to "stop shouting" during an interview on Tuesday's show, as tensions started to rise in the studio.
Adil and his co-presenter Ranvir Singh were joined by guests Dominique Samuels and Nick Hewer on the show for a discussion about vaccines.
Student and commentator Dominique argued it was unfair to "unfriend" someone based on their decision to refuse a vaccine.
Nick, who is Lord Sugar’s advisor on The Apprentice, argued to the contrary, suggesting it would be dangerous to spend time with someone who is unvaccinated.
Things kicked off when Adil and Dominique failed to see eye to eye, with voices starting to raise.
"I don't think you need to be psychotic and try and control other people's life choices," Dominique said.
Adil started speaking over her, asking: "What have I said there that is psychotic? It's not controlling!"
A fiery debate ensued, but over on Twitter, viewers weren't impressed by Adil's raised voice, as they asked the presenter to "stop shouting" and let Dominique speak.
"Why is Adil shouting?" wondered one fan, and a second agreed: "Stop shouting Adil ffs."
A third penned: "You know what I miss? Presenters who ask a question then actually let them answer rather than shouting over each other like children."
"Why are they shouting ffs," weighed in a fourth.
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