Chatting with co-presenter Charlotte Hawkins, the host shared his tale after they spoke to a woman who jumped onto her car to stop a potential thief that had slipped into the driver’s seat from racing off with it.
Holmes then said: “I came out of a function one day and I had a woman spread-eagled onto my car, holding onto my car.
“That was fine – except she was 42 stone and there was a big dent in the bonnet.”
Hawkins quipped back: “Was that one of your adoring fans?”
Eamonn Holmes has taken over Good Morning Britain on holiday cover for Piers Morgan
The pair have made waves on Good Morning Britain recently after taking over presenter slots
One fan shared their disapproval of the presenter's comments
It took four men to lift her off the bonnet. It’s an absolute true story.
“It took four men to lift her off the bonnet. It’s an absolute true story,” he replied.
His Sky News co-host looked at him in disbelief, as he added: “I know you look at me and say why?”
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The Irish presenter came under fire recently for his political comments on the show when he clashed with Labour’s campaign coordinator Andrew Gwynn and Jon Ashworth.
Holmes didn’t beat around the bush when he accused the political party of not being truthful: “Your lot – they’re not being straight, and their past is catching up with them.
Another fan doesn't hold back in saying they prefer the programme's regular presenter Morgan Charlotte Hawkins in pictures Mon, May 15, 2017
Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins in pictures.
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Charlotte Hawkins flaunts her legs at the BAFTA TV Awards
The regular group of presents on Good Morning Britain includes Piers Morgan
“The reason I’m saying this is that they’re now poachers turned gamekeepers,” he added.
Tweeting in response, one person said: “Let the real adults do the politics just keep your mouth shut.”
Fans of Good Morning Britain are not impressed with the 57-year-old taking over the show either. One fan tweeted: “I do miss @piersmorgan on @GMB as he makes it funny but @EamonnHolmes is really annoying and should stick to @thismorning #sorrynotsorry.”
Good Morning Britain will be back tomorrow in its usual timeslot, 6am on ITV.