Line of Duty: Charlie Stayt and Munchetty perform mock interview

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Mike Bushell told fans that it was “getting tense” in the BBC Breakfast studio today. The sports presenter took to social media to air his views, as his co-stars attempted to solve the baffling Line of Duty mystery – Who is H?.

Ahead of the show’s finale this weekend, Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt acted out mock scenes from the police drama for a segment on the breakfast show.

They also introduced super fans, who have been trying to crack the case.

Mike shared the clip on Twitter, which was originally tweeted by the BBC Breakfast official account.

Alongside the footage, he spoke of the tension between DS Stayt and DS Munchetty.

“Brilliant analysis from the team but DS Stayt’s hair is ruffled under examination from DS @TVNaga01.

“It’s getting tense in here. Who could it be?,” he wrote online, in view of his 60,000 followers.

The original post read: “So who is H?

“Ahead of the series finale, #BBCBreakfast enlists expert help to crack the #LineOfDuty mystery.”

In the clip which accompanied the tweet, the duo performed an interrogation in the style of the show.

Naga began: “BBC12 interview of DS Charlie Stayt via DS Naga Munchetty.

“DS Stayt, you remain under caution.

“We believe you may have information relating to the identity of a high-ranking member of the OCG, H.”

“I demand to be interviewed by a presenter of at least one rank higher,” Charlie cheekily hit back.

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Viewers of the show also offered their theories.

However, many believe that H is not one of the three main characters – Detective Inspector Steve Arnott (Martin Compston), Detective Inspector Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) or Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar).

They suggest the corrupt officer could be Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael of AC-3, Chief Inspector Osborne, or the police officer from series one, who didn’t check the freezer properly.

Following the show, Line of Duty fan and BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker also took to Twitter.

A picture of him labeled “CHIS”, meaning Covert Human Intelligence Source, had been stuck on the wall behind Naga during their interrogation scene.

“No way am I a CHIS. I’m OCG [Organised Crime Group] baby,” he declared, adding a laughing emoji.

“I know what’s under that concrete floor #LineOfDuty,” he went on to add.

Season six of Line of Duty concludes on Sunday night.

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