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'Good Morning Britain Viewers' Left In Hysterics As Barista Runs Away From Camera

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'Good Morning Britain Viewers' Left In Hysterics As Barista Runs Away From Camera

Good Morning Britain viewers were left in stitches when a startled barista appeared to flee the camera in today's episode.

The unexpected moment came during a segment in Newport, Wales, with reporter Nick Dixon, 49, discussing Welsh businesses reopening following the nation's recent circuit breaker lockdown.

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Just behind Nick, appearing in the background, a coffee shop barista can be seen preparing a hot beverage.

On hearing the reporter's voice, however, and realising she's being filmed, the woman gives a worried glance to camera and appears to flee the scene.

We've seen some speedy getaways in our time, but this one is quick as lightening.

Amused viewers took to social media to comment on the apparently camera-shy barista.

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The barista gave a startled look to camera (Credit: Good Morning Britan)
The barista gave a startled look to camera (Credit: Good Morning Britan)

Some said they were left 'howling', while others wondered if the woman was in 'a witness protection programme'.

"That woman bolted it when she saw she was on camera in the coffee shop haha gmb," commented one viewer.

Another chimed in: "That woman in the cafe soon ran when she realised she was on camera [laughing emojis] gmb."

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"The coffee-making woman just made me howl," added another viewer.

While a fourth quipped: "When you're in a witness protection program and realise you're on national breakfast television."

The woman then appeared to flee the scene (Credit: Good Morning Britain)
The woman then appeared to flee the scene (Credit: Good Morning Britain)

It comes as Wales begins to gradually reopen, with people now permitted to travel anywhere within Wales from Monday.

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In addition, two households can once again form a support bubble.

Wales' lockdown, put in place to prevent the country's health services from becoming "overwhelmed", ends just a days after England's month-long lockdown begins.

To reduce infection rates and limit the spread of the virus, First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has urged people to limit the number of people they socialise with.

Featured Image Credit: Good Morning Britain

Topics: TV and Film, Good Morning Britain, TV News, TV Entertainment

Mary-Jane Wiltsher
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