BOBBY Norris has revealed that a pig poo-ed in his mouth during filming of Celebs On The Farm.
The Towie fave made the hilarious revelation when prompted on the dirtiest moments of shooting.
Bobby revealed that a cow pooed on his lip during filming of Celebs On The Farm
Bobby was milking a cow when the animal untimely decided to release its bowels.
Unfortunately poor Bobs was in the firing line and ended up with excrement on his lips.
And he wasn’t happy, he told The Sun:
” I’m OCD – in my loo there’s always anti-bac.
“And I had no loo that day, no anti- bac and I had poo on my lips.”
The show sees celebs mucking out and getting down and dirty
The Essex lad’s co-star Charlotte Dawson interjected to reveal she had also got in the crossfire of a cow going to the toilet.
The daughter of Les said: “A cow weed in my weave.”
Charlotte appeared to see the funny side though joking that her hair was “definitely shinier” and smelt “lovely, divine.”The conversation turned cheeky when Bobby interjected joking that he was not a fan of urine on him.
He observed tongue-in-cheek that: ” I love a fake tan – it’s ammonia, wee – noone is taking my Fake Bake off by slashing on me.”
Channel 5 The celebs are put through their paces for the entertaining show on Channel 5
Meanwhile, Louie Spence revealed that the grossest moment for him was : “The poo catwalk through the poo pond.”
Megan McKenna confirmed that the smell was so pungent that it made her gag.
And on the topic of the scatological – Louie revealed that he put some dried sheep’s poo in Charlotte’s weave.
He said: “She didn’t even know, she was walking around with sheep poo in her hair.”
The celebs spilt on the most disgusting things that happened during filming Ex On The Beach star Charlotte Dawson mistakes an alpaca for a giraffe on Celebs On The Farm
The first episode of the show debuted this week and left viewers in hysterics at the celebs’ antics.
Charlotte sent Twitter into a frenzy when she confused an alpaca for a giraffe.
Charlotte, 25, is among the eight celebrities to take part in the new series which shows them caring for animals on a farm.
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