Popular BBC Radio 1 DJ Arielle Free has been 'suspended' from the station after she was pulled off the air during a chaotic broadcast in Ibiza.

The Radio presenter from Stirling, Scotland was told to "have some respect" as she was abruptly taken off air during a broadcast with Charlie Hedges.

The 36-year-old was suspended after appearing on Charlie's show as a guest with the former Love Island: The Morning After podcast host joining her fellow broadcaster for an Ibiza special.

During the show, the Scots DJ decided to tell Charlie what she thought of the programme, saying: “Can I be honest with you Charlie? I expected better of you... I don't like this song."

Charlie replied saying: "Oh really?" before Arielle reiterated her point, adding: "I hate it!"

Charlie then replied: "Sorry I’m taking your mic down it’s my show Arielle have some respect, please. See you later. Get out of here.”

According to reports from The Sun, a BBC Radio 1 spokesperson said: “Whilst we would not comment on individual matters, we have strict codes of behaviour for staff and presenters, and any breaches are taken extremely seriously."

Despite this suspension, the presenter, who was making a scheduled appearance on Charlie's show, is expected to return to the station next week.

BBC Radio 1 listeners tell DJ to 'show some respect' amid 'awful' clash with host

Some fans listening at the time were shocked with one user writing on Twitter: "@ariellefree @ahj that was awful, Charlie did well to shut you down. Any other job and you would be fired!"

Another added: "Show some respect Arielle Free @BBCR1 Well done @charliehedges" while one questioned: "@ariellefree off for the week?"