BBC presenter devastated for saying ‘we shouldn’t give in to the weather’ during storm Eunice

BBC presenter Neil Oliver has reportedly spoken out against advice from the BBC and Met Office saying to stay home despite 100 mph winds causing chaos and leaving travelers stranded as trains and engines Flight canceled as storm Eunice sweeps across the UK

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Typhoon Eunice: O2 gymnasium roof damaged after strong wind

ONE BBC presenter was slammed for saying we ‘shouldn’t give in to the weather’ despite cyclone Eunice causing travel chaos in a rare red warning for the UK.

Neil Oliver, born in Scotland, shared a tweet from his personal account, drawing backlash because it went against the odds. Met Office ‘red weather warning’ advice is being reported by BBC.

The tweet read: ”I find the weather the latest that we’ve been advised to give in without too much of a sigh. ”

Neil has worked on a number of BBC history and archeology series and is currently a presenter on GB News.

Neil Oliver has been criticized for his views on the stay-at-home advice reported by Storm Eunice by the BBC



But commenting in a mocking way of his comments, one poster shared a video clip of a tree blowing over enthralling the scene: “That’s right. Look at that tree. Weak. Just endure the storm.”

Another photo was shared of a church bell tower swaying in the wind before falling from the top. They captioned it: “Hi Neil, have you seen this?”

Neil also shared a snap of George Galloway praising his attitude which he posted: “It’s the spirit!”

The post read: “We went out and went back to Eunice. Because we live in the UK. Because we have children we have to go to school, go to school, work to work. And because our parents had to go to school. face the Blitz #Backbone #StormEunice”

George Galloway took to Twitter to say he’s not at home due to Hurricane Eunice



Elsewhere, Typhoon Eunice caused damage to London NO O2 Stadium



But Neil’s post comes as millions of Britons have been warned to stay at home with wind speeds of 122mph at Needles on the Isle of Wight today.

And in London’s capital, O2 Arena was hit by the storm with a significant portion of the O2 Arena’s white coating, made of a material known as SHEERFILL, having been removed.

The venue will feature British rapper Dave performing in front of thousands of people over a three-day period, followed by UB40.

The videos, shot inside the popular music venue, show the massive hole created in the roof as the remaining mantle billows in the wind.

Weather presenter Lucy Verasamy added: ” # O2 ripping – built over a millennium, clearly the strongest winds in the capital in over 20 years. ”

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