Sutton leaves Savage red-faced with embarrassing Zoom video of chair gaffe

Chris Sutton has revelled in Robbie Savage's misfortune after the latter fell off his chair during the pair's latest BBC 606 radio show.

The former Premier League pair have becoming something of a comedy duo in recent times and are often seen – and heard – exchanging banter on both BT Sport and the BBC. And after Savage suffered a seating setback during the latest instalment of their BBC 606 show, Sutton couldn't help but take to Twitter to leave his broadcast buddy red-faced.

The one-time England international upload a video to his social media showing Savage hilariously falling to the ground after his chair collapsed midway through Sunday night's show. The highly amused Sutton added the caption: "This is unfortunate for Robbie" followed by three laughing face emojis.

The footage showed Savage holding his phone up to the lens during a Zoom call before disappearing out of shot after being thrown out of his seat. The former Wales international was then seen scrambling back on to screen moments later.

A shocked Savage then plugged his headphones back in and burst into laughter before holding an upturned chair to the camera. Thankfully, Savage continued see the funny side after Sutton shared the footage to his Twitter feed, reposting with some laughing emojis of his own.

The chair gaffe was just the latest turn of events to leave Sutton smiling. The former Premier League striker, who later moved north of the border to become a Celtic hero, revealed last month that he was set to join forces with rap sensation and Hoops fan Snoop Dogg in Glasgow, after the club secured Scottish Premiership success under Ange Postecoglou.

The pair appear to have established the most unlikely of friendships, with Snoop having reaffirmed his support of Celtic in recent months and declared that he intended to fly to Scotland for the club's title celebrations. He even pledged to fund some of the festivities with supporters.

In the wake of such news, Sutton revealed to presenter Darrell Currie on BT Sport's Scottish Football Extra: "We've got to start with Celtic. Absolutely we've got to start with Celtic, and do you know what Darrell…

"THE SNOOP DOGG IS COMING OVER TO GLASGOW! WE'RE GOING CLUBBING! THE DOGG IS A CELTIC FAN! Ally [McCoist] are you coming out with me and the Dogg?"

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