Weather Presenter Faints Live On TV But Apologises First
A BBC weather presenter in the U.K fainted while live on air, but before she did she apologised.
Rachel Mackley was presenting the weather for people in the South-East of the U.K when she told producers, "I'm so sorry, I'm going to faint," before stumbling backwards.
The cameras cut to the news anchors, Polly Evans and Rob Smith, who looked concerned as Rachel apologised again.
"Quick, quick chaps," Rob said, motioning to Rachel.
"We just need to have a check on Rachel there," said Polly.
The BBC South East team later tweeted out that Rachel was okay, and "up on her feet and will be absolutely fine."
Both Rob and Polly also tweeted that she was okay.
Just to let you know our weather presenter Rachel is up on her feet and will be absolutely fine. Thank you for all your kind messages.— BBC South East (@bbcsoutheast) February 19, 2016
Just to let you know @BBC_RMackley is up on her feet and will be absolutely fine. Thankyou for all your kind messages of concern and support— rob smith (@rdsmithTW) February 19, 2016