The Chase fans in hysterics after Bradley Walsh reads out a very rude sounding question

THE Chase's Bradley Walsh has left fans laughing after being forced to ask a player a very naughty sounding question.

Bradley, 61, barely flinched as he grilled contestant Aldo about a Japanese challenge called 'wanko soba'.


He asked Aldo: "In Japan, the wanko soba challenge involves doing what activity until you cannot physically continue?"

As Bradley read out the question, the studio audience burst into laughter – and viewers at home found it equally as funny.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "The wanko soba challenge, do it till u can't do it anymore? Is the clue in the question #TheChase."

Another mused: "Wanko soba challenge? Tough gig at 7am on a saturday morning to be honest #thechase."

A third commended Bradley for his composure, writing: "#TheChase 'Wanko'? Well held Bradders."

The correct answer was 'eating noodles'. Both Aldo and Chaser Shaun Wallace got it right.

Meanwhile, fans of The Chase were treated to a similar incident just hours earlier during a celebrity special episode of Beat The Chasers.

During Monday night's show, comedienne Jenny Eclair was asked: "Which of these has not been an Olympic Games event? Is it A, tug-of-war, B, sack race, C, motor boating."

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'Motor boating' can be slang for a sexual act that sees a man bury his face in a woman's breasts while making the noise of a motorboat.

Knowing this, Bradley pursed his lips together and blew a raspberry as he replied to Eclair: "Motor boating…okay. I'm not sure about that."

Chaser Jenny 'The Vixen' Ryan, the studio audience and viewers at home immediately burst into giggles.

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