Countryfile fans seriously distracted by presenter's annoying habit – raging 'can't the BBC stop him?!' | The Sun

COUNTRYFILE'S Adam Henson came under fire from fans after they spotted his annoying habit on Sunday's episode.

The presenter, 56, was in the Cotswolds as he prepared to part ways with a special young bull.

Adam told viewers: "Over here, I've got some of our Gloucester cattle and they're one of my favourite breeds.

"They're this beautiful mahogany colour with a white line down their backs and down their tails, and they look gorgeous in the sun."

The farmer went onto talk about his dad but fans were quick to point out that this isn't the first time.

"I'm really proud that my dad and a bunch of his mates helped save this breed from extinction," Adam said.


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"One of those mates of my dad was a man called Eric Freeman. And his son, Clifford Freeman, like me, has really taken on dad's legacy, breeding and promoting Gloucester cattle.

"And what's great is that we've bred a young bull on the farm here that Clifford wants to buy and so that's what I'm going to do now.

"I'm going to go and load him up and take him over to Gloucester."

Fans were quick to point out Adam's constant reference to his dad.

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One wrote: "Is Henno taking the p*** ? How many times does he say Dad? #countryfile"

Another posted: "30 seconds in and Adam mention his Dad saving 'rare breeds' Please #bbc #countryfile stop him! It's driving everyone nuts!!"

A third said: "Every week this twat mentions his Dad who invented almost everything! #countryfile"

A fourth added: "A drink for every time Adam says …dad or rare breeds. #countryfile"

"Henno Bingo….My Dad…Rare Breed…. Profits… #countryfile," another commented.

It comes after presenter Ellie Harrison was forced to take cover during a surprise seagull attack on last week's episode.

The presenter was caught off guard when she was swarmed by diving seagulls on the BBC One show.

Ellie was joined by co-star Matt Baker as they visited the island of Flat Holm to learn about the history and its ecosystem.

But Ellie were divebombed by a flurry of seagulls trying to defend their nest.

The host gave the island warden a helping hand to count the seagull nests as the species are in a massive decline.

Wearing blue overalls and a cap, Ellie made her way down to the site to count the gulls.

Team leader Bridget Works, who has been counting gulls for 25 years, told Ellie gulls would likely poo on her.

She explained: "Gulls can be quite aggressive when they are defending their nests, and one of their defences is to evacuate their bowels, and they will poo on you."

Stunned by the attack, Ellie told viewers: "An angry avian mob takes to the sky, oh crikey, that gave me a shock!

"There must be one here because I am getting attacked!"

Unfortunately Ellie got the full gull experience, she showed the camera her outfit after the search.

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She exclaimed: "Look at this, they finally got me!"

At the end of the search, Natalie revealed they had counted 1691 pairs of gulls – which was 230 more than in 2021.

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