This Morning star dragged into lake by dog in chaotic scenes

This Morning star dragged into lake by dog in chaotic scenes


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This Morning star Dr Scott was dragged into a lake by an over-excited dog in some pretty chaotic scenes.

The ITV programme’s resident vet had been demonstrating how the dogs were saving people from drowning when he was pulled in entirely, leaving hosts Dermot O’Leary and Holly Willoughby giggling in the studio.

‘I am a massive dog lover and I also love water sports, and the perfect combination of those things is, of course, swimming with dogs,’ Dr Scott began.

However, he may have bitten off more than he could chew, as he was soon asked to demonstrate how the pup could rescue him if he was drowning.

Dr Scott was asked to fall out the boat and hide in the lake for the demonstration, so the dog could use his instincts and save him.

‘Oh my god, it’s so freezing!’ Dr Scott yelled, as he plunged in, the first time.

As the dog swam up and saved him, Dr Scott, gripping onto its back, told the camera: ‘I am off, so I’ll catch you guys later!’

A little while later, Holly and Dermot cut back to Dr Scott, to see him reaching the bank.

Once he clambered onto dry ground, he said: ‘The best thing about it is you get a little bit of a cuddle or a massive bear hug.’

But as he was talking, that ‘cuddle’ turned into a big splash for one lady standing behind him, as she was dragged into the water.

It wasn’t long before Dr Scott followed suit.

‘Oh my god, he’s off!’ as Dr Scott was plunged in and rescued by a man standing nearby.

‘I’m so sorry, I may have just gotten into the water,’ he said, as the clip repeated, leaving Dermot and Holly laughing.

This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV1.

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