Naga Munchetty has hit back at a troll who tried to body-shame her on Twitter.
In a now-deleted post, the Twitter user commented on the BBC Breakfast presenter's weight, unkindly claiming that she had "gained a few pounds recently".
The rude remark was made in response to one of Naga's tweets in which she commented on a recent article discussing how to make the perfect crisp sandwich.
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Naga tweeted to her 269,000 followers: "I always add "ready salted" crisps to my sandwiches (no other flavour works for me), but never go for a solo crisp sandwich. Each to their own I say. X."
Her tweet sparked a lively response among crisp sandwich-aficionados, but unfortunately one particular Twitter user took the opportunity to criticise Naga's appearance.
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The troll wrote: "You look well Naga, but, you've gained a few pounds recently. Don't let it progress..."
The former BBC World News presenter, who is known for her trademark dry humour, quipped back with the perfect response: "Thank goodness for people like Paul."
Naga's amusing tongue-in-cheek comment showed off her no-nonsense personality and was met with a flurry of supportive replies.
Naga pictured with fellow journalist Sophie Raworth in 2019
The 47-year-old journalist's loyal followers were quick to rally around her, with one tweeting: "If Paul knew anything about you and the calibre of woman you are, he would not have wasted his time. And still you rise!"
Another supporter wrote: "Do people really tweet this kind of stuff?!? I give up! You're gorgeous, Naga, ignore the haters!"
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Naga's fans were impressed with her witty response, with some even joining in with the joke. One tweeted: "Jeez I bet you’re so relieved to have him look out for you!!"
A second Twitter user wrote: "Bet you are going to lose a whole load of sleep over this because his comments matter - NOT."
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