Karl copped it on the Today show this morning over his nudie run.
Karl copped it on the Today show this morning over his nudie run.

Georgie mocks Karl’s ‘tiny’ package

KARL Stefanovic was the butt of the joke on the Today show this morning as his co-hosts teased him about the size of his package.

Georgie Gardner and Sylvia Jeffreys were discussing the news that Spencer Tunick would be staging mass nude photographs in Melbourne next month when Stefanovic announced that he liked to "nude up at every possible moment".

Without missing a beat, the people in the Today show control room quickly replayed some footage from 2015 when Stefanovic did a nudie run through the studio.

Stefanovic's old fella was covered by a cricket ball in the footage which proved to be good fodder for his female co-hosts this morning as they watched the footage being played on loop.

"Look at the size of that cricket ball," Jeffreys said.

"It's quiet a small one, isn't it," Gardner replied. "That's the smallest cricket ball I've ever seen. It's tiny!"

"Oh that's enough," Stefanovic said.

"It's almost not even there," Jeffreys added.

Georgie teased Karl about his manhood on air this morning.
Georgie teased Karl about his manhood on air this morning.

"Have you girls had enough?" Stefanovic asked the pair. "You've humiliated me on national TV."

The Today show co-hosts then moved onto bigger topics but more than an hour later Stefanovic raised the issue again and appeared to be a little testy.

"If you are just joining us, thank you for joining us, there was a reference to when I went naked in the studio and ever since then Georgie has been having a crack," Stefanovic said.

"I haven't been having a crack," Gardner said. "I just observed that was a very small cricket ball. That's all I did."

Ouch.

Sylvia also had a laugh at Karl's expense this morning.
Sylvia also had a laugh at Karl's expense this morning.


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