A BBC reporter who went overboard with unreasonable comment about the newly born Royal baby has been fired.
His unbridled comment did not go down well with the Corporation,calling it a serious error of jugement.
The presenter tweeted an image of a chimpanzee dressed in clothes with the caption “Royal Baby leaves hospital’’.
The 61 year-old 5Live presenter was accused of making a mockery of the duchess Meghan Markle racial heritage.
The new Royal Archie Harrison is the first mixed-race child to be born into the top hierarchy of British royalty in recent history.
“Just got fired,” Danny Baker, the broadcaster with BBC Radio 5Live, said on Twitter.
The news immediately went viral and was also reported through a spokesman for the BBC.
The BBC spokesperson said: “This was a serious error of judgment.”
The corporation added that Baker’s tweet “goes against the values we as a station aim to embody.
“Danny is a brilliant broadcaster, but will no longer be presenting a weekly show with us.”
After torrents of attacks on him on social media, Baker said: “Sorry my gag pic of the little fella in the posh outfit has whipped some up. Never occurred to me because, well, mind not diseased.
“Soon as those good enough to point out its possible connotations got in touch, down it came; and that’s it.’’
Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor whose grandmother on maternal side is black was born on May6,and seventh in line to the British throne, is expected to hold dual citizenship of Britain and the U.S