Good Morning Britain has reportedly faced 125 Ofcom complaints after a hairdresser launched into an impassioned yet sweary speech.

The celebrity hairdresser, Adee Phelan, became visibly riled up as he appeared on today's show to talk about NHS fundraising.

Adee didn't hold back in his scathing attack of the government's handling of the ongoing crisis.

He slammed the country's leaders and said that our government 'needs to get their s**t in order'.

The hairdresser, who has sent out £650,000 worth of hair products to NHS heroes, was talking to Piers and Susanna during his furious statement.

Piers - who has also been a fierce critic of government failures - refused to apologise to viewers about Adee's anger, and said he 'understood' his perspective.

An Ofcom representative confirmed to The Sun that 125 complaints were made about the show.

"We have received a total of 125 complaints about today's Good Morning Britain," the rep told the publication.

Adee called the UK government 'b*******t'

Adee explained that his fury came from all the 'lies' that have surfaced during the pandemic.

"It's a disgrace Piers. What’s happening in the government is bulls**t!" he fumed.

"And Boris Johnson and the whole lot of them down there need to start treating us with a bit of respect, a bit of honesty and a bit of dignity.

Adee appeared on Good Morning Britain to talk about fundraising efforts for NHS staff

"This is not a time to be angry. I'm sorry, Piers. You've kindly got me on this show to talk about positivity, but it's not right mate, it's not fair. People are sick to death of the lies.

He added: "We want a leader like a Churchill, like a Kennedy, like a Martin Luther King."

The stylist, who has cut David Beckham's hair in the past, said he was inspired to create a gift initiative after encountering a tired nurse who had been working on the NHS frontline.

"People are sick to death of the lies," Adee said

He then launched the fundraiser and called upon businesses in the hair and beauty world to donate to the project.

Although he was grateful for the NHS, he had opposing sentiments about the government handling of the situation.

Later in the conversation, the celeb hair stylist defended youths who were 'probably on their way to do a good deed'.

"Before you start stopping and searching white youths and black youths they're probably on their way to work, probably on their way to college, they're probably on their way to do a good deed.

Piers said he 'understood' Adee's fury and would not apologise for his language

Appearing to address the protests that have erupted across the globe, Adee called on the government to promote a message of unity.

He said: "We need to stop judging, it needs to start from the top. Westminster needs to get their s**t in order". They need to pull their fingers out. Stop lying. And the message is stick together, no fighting, no wars, no looting."

In response to his message, Piers said he would take the hit from Ofcom and refused to apologise for the hairdresser.

"I understand your anger and passion. I’m not going to apologise for it," the television presenter said.

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