‘No man will have sex again’: Piers Morgan reignites that papoose row with Alex Beresford as he says men who carry them (and do housework) signal the death of mankind
He ruffled a few feathers when he slammed men who carried their children in papooses back in October.
And Piers Morgan, 54, rehashed his controversial opinions once again during what became an awkward row with weatherman Alex Beresford, 38, on GMB on Wednesday, who said he was a fan.
It all kicked off when the show’s floor manager was modelling a new take on the papoose.
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‘No man will have sex again’: Piers Morgan reignited that papoose row with Alex Beresford on GMB on Wednesday as he said they signal the death of mankind
Loggerheads: Alex said that he wore a papoose when his son was little so that he could do the housework
Piers said: ‘You would never have sex with a man again if he showed up wearing one of these.
‘Dads should just do what I did, which is carry them with your own arms or your own shoulders, be a man.
‘What is happening to the men of the world, it makes them look utterly ridiculous!
Piers said: ‘Dads should just do what I did, which is carry them with your own arms or your own shoulders, be a man’ (pictured with his four children)
Pride and joy: Alex is a father to a son called Cruz, eight, pictured with him on an Instagram snap
‘I have a theory that once you wear one of these ridiculous papooses no man ever gets laid again.’
Piers has three sons, Albert, Spencer and Stanley and has a daughter called Elise- Alex is father to a son called Cruz, eight.
Susanna asked Alex if he had ever worn a papoose when his son was a baby and he replied that he had.
Piers said: ‘I have a theory that once you wear one of these ridiculous papooses no man ever gets laid again’
He also admitted he doesn’t do housework, saying: ‘You are absolutely right, there is the prime example of what I am talking about. If this is the future of mankind then we are dead’
He said: ‘I did wear a papoose, I love it. I was a modern man, I used to wear the papoose and do some housework and help out.’
Turning to Piers, he said: ‘Some stuff you wouldn’t have done.’
Piers said: ‘You are absolutely right, there is the prime example of what I am talking about. If this is the future of mankind then we are dead.’
Holding a doll in his arms, Piers said: ‘This is perfectly secure, in my burly arms.’
Alex scoffed and said: ‘What happened to your arms then? You’ve got bingo wings.’
Hmm: Alex seemed very unimpressed with Piers’ way of thinking and questioned why Piers had ‘bingo wings’ if he’s always carrying children in his ‘burly arms’