THIS Morning fans were left stitches today as a noisey Llama called Max left them unable to hear Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.
The presenters chatted to farmer Matt and his Llama after their heartwarming story of delivering food together in Pembrokeshire went vial.
Their neighbours have been enjoying the surprise, opening their front door to local llamas and Matt.
The woolly animals are usually used for trekking adventures but have been roped in to carry grocery supplies.
But as Matt tried to share their story viewers struggled to hear the conversation over Max's loud chewing and screaching, as one viewer said: "Can’t hear a f*****g word"
Another wrote on Twitter: "Is that llama chewing on gum?"
And one more said: "I’ve heard of chewing the cud but that’s a bit much"
Ruth was besotted with the cute Llama and told Matt: "He looks absolutely adorable, he obviously loves you."
And Eamonn quipped: "He looks like he's going to give you a kiss now so he does!"
Farmer Matt told how he had been surprising elderly neighbours by delivering food to them with the Llama in tow.
He said: "(My girlfriend and I) are probably the youngest people in the valley.
"We didn't want people putting themselves at risk so the Llama's help us carry food and we were dropping it down to them.
"The roads aren't great and were playing havoc on my car, and there are loads of llamas around here.
"These guys were just staying at the farm and enjoying life in the fields."