George Galloway had a furious response for a caller who accosted him over his reaction to Charlie Mullins' comments on Jeremy Corbyn.
Last month, Mullins posted a statement on the Pimlico Plumbers company website to say he wanted the Labour leader's head mounted on a spike on Traitor's Gate. Then, last week, he Corbyn a "tw*t" on the BBC.
This prompted Galloway to call into Mullins, who was co-presenting James Whale's talKRADIO show, and the pair embarked on a furious ding-dong live on air.
Caller Alex told George that his comments to Mullins had been ridiculous, and suggested they might have been a joke.
Galloway responded that Mullins "said that Jeremy Corbyn was a traitor and the proper fate for traitors was they should be executed. They should have their heads severed from their soldiers and put on spikes.
"[Those comments] ain’t no joke. I think that’s criminal incitement.
"And I’ll tell you the context. The last person so described, an MP so described, died by spike on the floor in West Yorkshire by someone calling her a traitor.
"Jo Cox, MP. RIP. It’s no laughing matter, Alex."