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Watch: Jeremy Kyle expertly shuts down guest’s anti-gay rant

Gabby Jeffries September 16, 2015
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Jeremy Kyle shouted down a guest on his show, after the man insisted he “hates” gay people.

The chat show host featured a segment on his show about George – a man whose wife accused him of of cheating on her with his male best friend.

However, when the host asked George if he is bisexual, he responded: “No! I’m anti-gays. I hate gay f*****s.”

The shocked host hit back: “You hate gay people? Do you know how disgusting that makes you sound?

“You know the producer that put this show together, he’s gay. That a problem for you is it?”

George responded: “No, that’s his problem. Look at the ten Commandments.”

Kyle hit back: “Do you know how much you’ve offended him with that Dickensian attitude?

“I’ll tell you what one of the commandments is, you stupid man – it’s to love and honour your wife, and not run off 35 times.”

Related topics: Anti-gay, England, Gay, Homophobia, ITV, Jeremy Kyle, Television

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