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This Morning viewers have been left angry by Friday host Alison Hammond after she appeared to cheat during Spin to Win.
On Friday's episode, the Spin to Win caller chose to go for the tombola rather than the wheel, and Alison put back a ball to pick out a higher prize.
The This Morning cameras caught Alison in the act, while co-host Dermot O'Leary was laughing off at the side.
Viewers weren't impressed, with many taking to Twitter to complain about the "unprofessional" moment.
One said: "Alison chose at least three balls then, the win is null and void, sorry."
A second wrote: "That Spin to Win just wasn't fair at all. Alison clearly cheated and that just came across as unprofessional."
Someone else tweeted: "What is the point in putting the balls back? She might as well have just pointed at the wheel and said, 'You can have a thousand pounds.'"
And a fourth added: "First ball chosen, not the third, tut tut Alison."
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However others thought the entire incident was hilarious, with some saying well done to Alison for helping the caller win £1,000 rather than a smaller amount.
"Good on Alison for shaking up the balls, cheap b******s," one This Morning viewer tweeted.
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