Sunrise hosts Edwina Bartholomew and Mark Beretta fall into fits of laughter over frisky fox footage

Sunrise hosts Edwina Bartholomew and Mark Beretta certainly have a sense of humour.

And the pair proved as much on Friday, when they fell into a fit of laughter over two frisky foxes who were caught mating on a car bonnet in Victoria.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Sunrise panel fall into a fit of giggles over frisky fox story.

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Newsreader Sally Bowrey said the pair were caught when a Melbourne family who were on holidays got an alert on their phone from their home security app.

Worried, they viewed the footage only to see the frolicking foxes on the car, with the comedic moment not lost on the panel.

The Sunrise panel including Edwina Bartholomew and Mark Beretta fell into a fit of laughter over a pair of frisky foxes on Friday, which were caught on a security app on the phone of a Melbourne family. Credit: Seven

“That’s a call for the garden hose,” Mark said, having a chuckle.

“There would be some pheromones on the hood of that car!” Sally added.

Meanwhile, Edwina laughed at the blurring of the footage of the foxy pair.

“It’s lucky you added the blurring to that story,” Eddy added.

Sunrise played the hit song The Bad Touch, by American rock group The Bloodhound Gang, with Sally joking it was a good choice for the story.

Edwina laughed over the blurring of the romping foxes. Credit: Seven

The song features the iconic lyrics, “doing it like they do on the Discovery Channel”.

“That song was appropriate too,” Sally said.

“Bloodhound Gang never goes wrong in those situations,” Eddy finished.

According to the NSW Department of Environment and Heritage’s website, the mating season for foxes is from July to late October.






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