The audience member criticised the Government for their last-minute negotiations ahead of the House of Commons votes on the Lords amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill this week, in which Mrs May narrowly avoided a humiliating defeat.
Commenting on the Government’s wrangling, the audience member said: “What we’ve seen this week from the Government is frankly embarrassing, we must be the laughing stock of Europe.
“There are back room deals going on right up until the moment of the debate, there is whispering on the back benches in the House of Commons.
“This is a Government that is imploding.”
The audience member accused the Prime Minister of reneging on her manifesto pledges and failing to deliver the Brexit she promised.
She said: “Theresa May stood on a manifesto which said that Brexit was in the safest possible place in her hands, but it’s been an absolute mess from start to finish.
“And quite frankly I don’t know how tenable this Government’s position is much longer.”
The angry audience member also stated there was little possibility of the current Cabinet reaching a viable compromise and deciding on a unified Brexit strategy.
She said: “I think the splits in the Conservative Party are just too big to come together and make a meaningful deal.
“They are all fighting against each other, it’s a nest of vipers, they are just not getting anywhere with it at all.
“It’s just not happening in a way that looks like it is going to be successful for our country.”
The audience member stated the British pubic will be the ones to “pay the price economically” for the actions of the Government, and will end up with “less jobs” and “less money in our pockets”.
She expressed her fear, stating: “It’s not good enough that we are left to watch these people make such a hash of it.”
When questioned by BBC Question Time host David Dimbleby whether there was any possibility of the Conservative Government resolving the current situation, the audience member expressed her doubt.
She said: “I just think they are the wrong people for the job, and just cannot agree amongst themselves.
“It’s about time they stood aside and let someone do it who will be better at the job.”
However Matthew Wright, former presenter of The Wright Stuff, retorted sharply: “The trouble is Labour is just as divided as the Tories this week.
“We’ve seen the same divisions over the European Economic Area; they are totally divided.”