Watch Jeremy Kyle fall over while chasing a guest

Joe Anderton
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From Digital Spy

Have you ever had an accident at work that wasn't your fault?

For Jeremy, 52, it was just another day on the job when disaster struck – and it all started when a guest called Kelly snatched the DNA results envelope out of Jezza's hand and ran away, afraid it could prove her fiancé was not the father of her children.

Jeremy chased the guest down the corridor and then tried to jump on Security Dan's back for a lift, but fell and injured his wrist.

So, er, maybe it was his fault after all.

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The moment came during yesterday's (January 12) edition of The Jeremy Kyle Show (or at about 3:15 on the clip above, if you want to skip to the best bit) but the host soon jumped back up again and carried on with his work.

"I have broken my wrist. I've just fallen off Dan's back," he said. "I just broke my wrist but it doesn't matter – I've got no voice and a broken wrist, but it'll be fine."

But at least the fall wasn't for nothing, as Jeremy managed to track down the runaway guest and deliver the all important DNA results, which proved that Jon was the biological father of all three of fiancée Kelly's children after all.

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Of course, if Jeremy had badly hurt himself, then Digital Spy Lawyers 4 U could have been there.

We've got dozens of lawyers with at least three years experience between them, on hand and ready to lightly take the mick whenever something goes wrong on a studio-based television show.

In fact, let's just relive that fall once again (and again and again):

The Jeremy Kyle Show airs weekday mornings at 9:25am on ITV.

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