The Chase viewers were distracted by the contestant’s incredible X-rated credentials
Chase viewers giggled on Monday night as contestant Dick from Cumbria told host Bradley Walsh a little bit about himself
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Chase viewers were distracted during the second season of the popular game show, when a contestant revealed her cheeky credentials.
Dick, Sophie, Louis and Penelope hope to beat The Chaser and take home thousands of pounds.
The first person to compete with Chaser Paul Sinha was Dick, a company director from Cumbria.
But when the 69-year-old introduced himself to host Bradley Walsh, ITV audiences blushed and turned to Twitter to giggle at the hopeful The Chase login.
One person wrote: “Dick, 69 years old on The Chase,” along with a bunch of smiley emojis and aubergine.
“Dick 69?”, another posted along with the meme, while a third wrote: “Dick, 69, from Cumbria They did it on purpose.”
Dick is UK marketing director for his son’s engineering design company based in the Philippines.
When asked by Bradley what he would spend his winnings on, Dick said he had promised each of his grandchildren £10 and the rest would be spent on celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
In his cash collection, the 69-year-old won £3000 and kept it to reach the final.
He joined Sophie and Penelope, who contributed an additional £57,000 to the prize pool, but The Sinnerman caught them with just 16 seconds left and they left the ITV studio empty-handed.
Chaser was full of praise for the team, saying: “You have to be absolutely proud of the way you’ve played.”
This comes after The Chase fans praised Paul Sinha after he proposed a new rule for low-offers players on the quiz show.
The Chaser was unimpressed when contestant Debbie chose to take £2,000 of the team’s total jackpot after going with the lower prize last week.
As the artist from Kent cheered on the two adults, Paul snapped: “I’m not happy with what you’re doing… they’ve come up with new rules. If you get it back, you’ll owe us two thousand dollars, sorry about that. “
Viewers flocked to Twitter and said that the show’s producers should take on Paul’s idea.
“Good man Chaser Paul. You only realize what you put in… New rules,” one person wrote.
“If only they put that rule in! #TheChase,” one person commented, as another wrote: ” Paul’s rule will be very popular with viewers. “
Another added: “Those who exercise the minus option will not win any money. Or there should be numbers taken away, taken away from their cuts. ”
Hitting Debbie, one said: “Who cheers when you win the minus offer?”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/chase-viewers-distracted-contestants-jaw-26578409 The Chase viewers were distracted by the contestant's incredible X-rated credentials