Kerry Katona threatens to WEE on GMB guest and make him 'swim in poo' in debate about going to the toilet in the sea
KERRY Katona threatened to WEE on a Good Morning Britain guest and make him "swim in faeces" in a bizarre debate about going to the toilet in the sea.
The former Atomic Kitten star passionately believed people should not use the sea as a toilet when swimming in it.
On the other side of the debate was pop culture expert Nick Ede, who said the sea was so large wee would be diluted – but just don't do it around coral reefs.
This is because urine can further damage coral reefs.
However, Kerry completely disagreed, saying: "You're completely contradicting yourself.
"You are. I'm going to find ya, I'm going to come kill ya, and I'm going to have a big dump and wee in the sea. And then I'm going to make you go swim in it."
Then later on Nick said they'll have to cancel their holiday together, Kerry added: "Nick, you can put suntan lotion on me and I can put pee all over you."
Kerry told Kate Garraway and Ranvir Singh: "What I'm more concerned about… say my little girl is in the sea swimming, and someone is next to her and starts peeing.
"I think that is really, really dirty and disgusting. We're polluting our world as it is, we're polluting our oceans as it is, going in the sea and having a pee when it takes two minutes to go to the toilet.
"Don't get me wrong, I did it as a kid, but as an adult it's something I frown upon."
However, Nick had a different point of view, adding: "I don't think it's lazy, I don't think it's dirty, I think it's something you do because you're caught in the situation. Or, if you're really, really cold, it warms you up for a few seconds.
"The thing is, it is completely harmless, and the sea is full of pee from other fish and organism. There are worst things that I said before – like suntan lotion."
Kerry then asked why you would add to the pollution, to which Nick replied: "I'm not adding to it, because it's completely neutral I'm not adding anything to it.
"I would never go and pee near children and one of the most important things from an environmental point of view, is not to do it by coral because it does erode it."
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