Fans of ITV’s The Chase were all left saying exactly the same thing after a contestant made a textbook faux-pax.
The second episode of the quiz favourite last night (Tuesday, November 23) saw Bradley Walsh, or Bradders, back in the studio.
But it wasn’t all plain sailing as fans queued up to slam one player who had committed the cardinal sin of chasing – accepting a low offer.
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Fans were up in arms as the contestant – who was saving for a house deposit – accepted a lower offer.
Amy, Matthew, Richard and Abigail faced Darragh Ennis, whose nickname on the show is the Menace, during Tuesday’s instalment.
Matthew revealed that he came on the show to win enough money for a house deposit and a cruise.
Despite earning £5,000 in his cash builder, the Welshman opted for the lower offer of £1,000.
“So, I’m looking to get my first step onto the property ladder, so I’d like to put some money towards that,” he said.
“If I have any left over, or if we do well today, then maybe I’ll use some to take my mum on holiday – I’d like to take her on a cruise again.”
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Naturally, fans of the show criticised him after he accepted the lower offer.
The Chase contestant informed Bradley he would be taking a low offer.
Fans of the show flooded with Twitter hashtag with criticism over his acceptance.
One viewer said: “Watching on catchup and I can’t believe Matthew went for the low offer, the weasel!”
Another said: “I don’t care how good the low offer is, you never take the low offer on.”
“Did no-one tell Matthew you can’t get a good cruise or a house for £1000, LET ALONE BOTH?!” fumed another.
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