GMB viewers gobsmacked as Laura Tobin goes flying after she’s shoved by a sheep

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Good Morning Britain's weather forecaster Laura Tobin was shoved aggressively by sheep on Tuesday morning's programme, leaving viewers at home stunned.

The meteorologist was trying her best to present the weather while feeding sheep, but things didn't go to plan when one of the animals tried to carry her on it's back.

Being the professional that she is, Laura continued to give the forecast but ended up screaming and giggling mid way through.

Back at the studio, presenter Richard Madeley looked on said: "Laura's getting a sheep ride."

Seeing the scenes unfold, viewers took to Twitter to air their views.

One fan said: "Laura’s just got touched by a sheep," followed by a shocked emoji.

Another viewer joked: Good old @Lauratobin1riding a sheep on @gmb

A third chimed in and said: "That sheep knew exactly what he was doing!"

"Sheep takes Laura Tobin for a ride during weather forecast," a fourth said.

Laura usually presents the weather from various regions across the UK.

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