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Janet Street-Porter left her Loose Women panel in stitches when she made a risky joke about smoking cannabis on today's show.
On Tuesday's show, the panel had been trying to discuss A Level Results Day – a rather serious topic – with the women chatting about their time at school and getting into work.
It comes as many A Level students across the country received their A Level results on Tuesday morning – despite exams being cancelled for the second time due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The panel took to debating whether or not young people should be going to university or getting into apprenticeships.
However, regular host Janet soon interrupted the chat with a cheeky drug-related quip which saw the show quickly descend into chaos.
Panelist Sunetra Sarker had been opening up about her early years at university, declaring it as the best years of her life.
Sunetra said: "I went to university and I loved it. It was honestly the best years of my life and I say that not really because of the education.
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"Because I made some of my life-long friends there, I learned how to split bills, I learned how to go through sticky social life [situations]…"
But Sunetra was cut off abruptly by Janet, who may have misheard her co-star for a minute.
Janet quickly butted in to say: "I thought you were going to say 'I learned how to smoke spliffs' for a moment!".
The whole studio erupted in laughter at Janet's blunder with the panel left in hysterics, as Sunetra desperately tried to get the conversation topic back on track to education.
Janet added: "I think a lot of people will be learning that at university!", hinting that plenty of students do drugs during their university years.
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12:30pm on ITV.
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