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A BBC Olympics commentator is copping serious flak for this ‘sexist’ tea comment

Trott has won FOUR GOLD MEDALS.

LAST NIGHT, LAURA Trott added to Britain’s medal tally and became the team’s most successful female Olympian of all time.

PastedImage-70601 Source: David Davies

Her fiance, Jason Kenny, won his sixth gold medal, and there were celebrations all round.

Trott watched on as her fiance matched Sir Chris Hoy’s six medals, and went straight in for a hug.

BBC commentator Chris Boardman came under fire for his commentary on the scene. He said:

She’s doing all the emotion for him, he’s looking at her wondering what’s for tea.

PastedImage-20182 Source: Patrick Semansky

A former Olympic gold medalist in cycling himself, Boardman quickly took to Twitter to clarify his remarks.

But people weren’t having it

His wife came to his defense,

BBC reporter Clare Balding also seemed to shrug off the comments, posing for a selfie with Boardman with the hashtag #whatsfortea

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