Freddie Flintoff revealed he accidentally drank Jack Whitehall’s urine while filming for the latest series of A League Of Their Own.
The Top Gear host was joined by the comedian, Jamie Redknapp and Romesh Ranganathan for the new episodes, which see the gang endure a road trip from the Scottish highlands back to London.
The first instalment of the Sky One series shows former marine commando Jason Fox and adventurer Aldo Kane putting them through their paces during an SAS survival challenge – and things definitely got intimate between the stars.
On today’s instalment of Lorraine, a clip showed the experts playing a prank on them all, instructing them to fill Freddie’s sock with gravel, in a bid to ‘filter’ the water – purely for their own amusement.
When host Cat Deeley, who is standing in for Lorraine, asked how the sock water tasted, Freddie and Jamie let slip that there was an added ingredient in it that made things even worse.
‘It was awful,’ the former cricket legend laughed. ‘But just out of shot, a bit later on, Jack was having a pee down the stream.
Freddie laughed off the grim A League Of Their Own moment (Picture: ITV)
Jack Whitehall and Freddie got very close while filming (Picture: Rex)
‘So it was just coming down into my sock.
‘I went on my own DNA journey with Jack, nevermind Jamie.’
Drinking Jack Whitehall’s urine probably isn’t in the SAS survival guide…
In a previous chat with BT.com, Freddie joked that the Sky stars were definitely no match for SAS expert Jason Fox – something he learnt when he tried to ‘grapple’ him.
‘These are special people. They’re unbelievable. Me and Jamie have played a bit of sport, we might have a few physical attributes, but let’s be honest – SAS? No, not a chance,’ he told the publication.
Recalling the moment he tried to take on the former commando – and instantly regretted it – he continued: ‘Foxy was stood there. Me and Jack were like eyeing him up and he’s egging me on to take him, so I thought, “Yeah go on then, I’ll have a grapple with Foxy”.
‘It’s one of the few times of my life where I’ve realised I’m so far out of my depth it’s untrue. The man just got on me, it was like having a truck on me, he’s got these big thick arms and a thick body, I couldn’t move him or do anything with him and I was just saying, “Please Foxy, you can get off me now, I’ve had enough”.’
Lorraine continues on weekday mornings, at 9am, on ITV, while A League of Their Own Road Trip: Loch Ness to London kicks off on Thursday, at 9pm, on Sky One.
Credit: Original article published here.