ITV This Morning viewers ‘uncomfortable’ as proud man shows ‘biggest potato in the world’
This Morning viewers have felt ‘uncomfortable’ after a guest appeared on ITV’s hit daytime show with ‘the biggest potato in the world’ covered in what looked like baby oil.
Presenters Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes couldn’t help but kick off today’s episode with a laugh as they chatted with New Zealand resident Colin about his potato.
The potato is twice the size of an average hatchling and was grown in New Zealand.
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Colin proudly appeared on the program holding his huge potato named Doug on his leg.
The presenters couldn’t stop laughing when Colin talked about the potato and Phillip couldn’t help but point out and ask Colin if he had smothered it in oil for baby.
However, Colin quickly pulled out a bottle of water and poured some over it as he confirmed he had kept the potato in the freezer.
Phillip then asked if he intended to eat the special vegetable.
Colin replied: “I gave it the old taste test when I found it, but that would be like eating your pet lamb.
“I’m thinking, though, of making it into a vodka. We could hold a wake for him and give him a toast.”
Viewers of the show were stunned by the entire segment and posted to Twitter to share their reactions saying they felt “uncomfortable”.
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@TheDivineFrog tweeted: “Am I seriously watching a segment on the biggest potato in the world???? WTF #ThisMorning.
@PricepostingFB asked: “Anyone else feeling slightly uncomfortable?”
While @craggsy82 added: “Is he rubbing the potato? Did he put baby oil on it? Is this OnlyFans shit?
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