Eamonn Holmes has revealed he once had a 'typewriter thrown at him'.
The TV presenter made the revelation on his breakfast show on GB News on Thursday morning as he and co-presenter Isabel Webster discussed today's papers with Freddy Gray and Clare Muldoon.
They had been speaking about allegations of bullying against Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab.
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The North Belfast man said: "I once had a typewriter thrown at me."
Freddy replied: "I had a stapler thrown at my head by a teacher once."
Laughing, Eamonn replied: "We had dusters thrown at us, yeah."
The 63-year-old added: "I've had a telephone thrown at me, cup and saucer thrown at me, all by the one boss incidentally...
"It was a very angry male."
The NI man also jokingly said: "Basically I think he was a failed presenter and he hated me because I was young and gorgeous, very talented."
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