George Hook got into a heated argument with Colette Fitzpatrick during Tuesday night’s episode of Late Review.
The rugby pundit was being interviewed by the TV3 anchor and took issue with the questions she asked him.
The erotic fiction writer was not happy when Colette suggested he says things just to create a controversy.
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“There’s a difference now between speaking your mind and being controversial and saying things for the sake of winding people up, and you like it,” said Colette.
The 74-year-old responded by saying that was an “outrageous accusation” and accused the TV presenter of feeding into a stereotype.
“All you are doing is feeding in to the kind of stereotype for which I have to battle every single day,” he said.
“And that stereotype is that this guy says that, not because he believes it, he says that in order to create controversy. You’re calling me a fake!”
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“Of course you’re calling me a fake! You’re saying this guy doesn’t believe a word he says, he just says it to stir controversy,” he said.
“If you think you can call me a fake and a liar I’ll do what the president of SIPTU did on Vincent Browne which is to whip off the microphone and walk out of this studio.
“That’s outrageous and don’t tell me about implied consent and then just because you’re a woman feel you can call me fake.”