Nick Ferrari lost his patience with an LBC caller during a heated clash over Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
The caller argued that there should be another referendum due to the “misinformation” that influenced voters before the historic vote.
Ferrari insistently lost his temper with the caller telling him to accept what the majority of British people voted for.
He said: “The public have spoken, it has to be done. Just stop with this, for God’s sake!”
Nick Ferrari exploded at the prospect of another Brexit referendum
The LBC host threw his glasses onto the table and slammed the desk as he continued with his angry tirade.
“The decision has been taken,” he said. “Rightly or wrongly we have to leave the EU.
“There was misinformation on both sides. We could go back to the dawn of bloody time, it’s not going to make a difference.
“We have decided to quit. The war is over we now need to prosecute the best peace.”
The public have spoken, it has to be done. Just stop with this, for gods sake!
The LBC caller, known only as Ben, said he was glad Ferrari was not part of the parole board or “innocent people would remain in jail”.
Ferraris snapped back: “This isn’t like a fact of whether someone was found with a crowbar having just broken out of some old boy’s house with his strimmer.
“This is an opinion. You are offering opinions.”
The caller then asked why the UK doesn’t have an opinion poll to “see how people feel,” which infuriated Ferrari further.
Ferrari said: “Please. How many people do you have to consult before you go to the toilet?
“You claim we were misadvised. This is it, that’s your interpretation of it.
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“Others would claim it was crystal clear and the best thing Britain’s ever done.”
The clash comes as the third round of Brexit talks between the European Union and UK came to a close.
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator told the UK that sufficient progress had not been made during this weeks negotiations.
David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, insisted that the EU needed to show more “imagination” to ensure that a deal could be reached which works for both sides.