1980s Children's TV star and sock puppet, Gordon the Gopher, has admitted that he was "shocked" and "appalled" to see his former colleague Phillip Schofield ambush Prime Minister David Cameron on ITV's 'This Morning', this morning.
The poorly judged stunt left the PM red-faced after he was presented with a list of suspected Conservative kiddy-fiddlers live on air. To make matters worse the list of not-to-be-named nonces was briefly visible with many viewers claiming that they could read the names.
Gordon the Gopher has long since retired from presenting, but is an active user of social media site Twitter. After watching the badly bodtched broadcast he took to his Twitter feed and launched into a scathing tirade against his former Broom Cupboard comparde.
"Squeak-A-Squeak! Squeak!" tweeted Gordon angrily.
Which nobody really understood.
This was then followed up by "Squeeeeeeek!!!Squeak! Squeak!" some minutes later.
Again nobody really understood this. Fortunately Google's Squeakese to English translation service was able to shed some light on the outburst. The following translation is copied directly from the Squeakese to English translation page:
First tweet: Phillip, anrgy bad is. Shocked much
Second tweet: Appalled me is. Phill Stupid Stunt are!
Gordon has since apologised for his outburst which he claims was said in the squeak of the moment.