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The Chase’s Bradley Walsh gobsmacked after being called out by contestant for mocking her years ago

The Chase’s Bradley Walsh was left gobsmacked recently after being called out by a contestant for mocking her decades previously.

Caroline had a score to settle during her appearance on the show, saying that Bradley used to taunt her when he was a footballer and she was a physio.

While introducing herself on the show, Caroline told the presenter: ‘I’m a project manager but that’s not what I’ve always done. I used to work in football and you gave me some stick in the past.’

‘I did?’ Bradley said, looking shocked.

‘I used to be physio at Wimbledon,’ Caroline explained, to which Bradley replied: ‘Oh my goodness, did you really?’

‘You used to tease me when I went on the pitch. You said the player would be dead by the time I get there,’ she added.

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Bradley was left gobsmacked on the show (Picture: ITV)

Looking visibly shocked, Bradley said: ‘I’m so sorry!’

Before turning to acting and presenting, Bradley played for the likes of Wimbledon, Brentford and Barnet before an ankle injury ended his football career at the age of 22.

Caroline was the physio at Wimbledon in the late 80s, including during the season in 1988 when the club won the FA Cup.

The contestant went on to enjoy great success on The Chase, after winning an incredible £30,000.

It comes after Bradley was left shocked on The Chase after coming face to face with a contestant who previously found fame as a musician.

The presenter was introduced to 52-year-old Paul Hanley, who spoke about his past before taking on Chaser Anne Hegerty.

The Chase airs on weekdays at 5pm on ITV.


Credit: Original article published here.

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