GOGGLEBOX fans were left baffled after Stephen Webb delivered a savage blow to her husband’s performance in the bedroom.
During Friday’s installment of the popular Channel 4, the cast watched an episode of the US series Kings of Pain hosted by the raunchy Adam Thorn and Robert Alleva.
The wildlife biologist and professional animal trainer allowed a beaded lizard to bite them knowing a single bite would cause them agonizing pain.
The host explained, “Its hemotoxic and neurotoxic venom triggers deep penetration.”
The much-loved comedy duo was baffled that hosts put themselves through such pain.
Daniel asked, “Are you going to let that bite you?”
Smiling cheekily at his husband, Daniel replied that he would be up for the challenge, as a bite from a venomous creature would “offer deep penetration.”
Channel 4 viewers were hysterical over the X-rated comment and rushed to Twitter to comment.
One user wrote: “Stephen always knows what I’m thinking [purple devil emoji, aubergine emoji] #Glasses box”
Another added: “Stephen referring to her husband’s lack of penetration? … [giggle emojis] #Glasses box.”
A third repeated: “@Stephenwebb71 if it offers deep penetration [cry laughing emoji] #Glasses box.”
Stephen and Daniel aren’t the only Gogglebox cast members to surprise fans recently.
Giles Wood revealed that he was able to retire at just 21 years old.
The armchair TV critic, who appears on the Channel 4 show alongside his wife Mary Killen, didn’t even make it to work before standing up for good.
Mary blurted out the revelation on a previous episode of Gogglebox, mocking her husband for claiming he was “starting” retirement.
While watching a documentary about the Covid-19 pandemic, he told his wife of more than 30 years: “Just as I begin to enjoy my retirement.”
But Mary replied, “What retirement? You didn’t work first. You retired at 21, so now you can start working, do it the other way around.”
Away from his and Mary’s role in show business on television, Giles makes a living painting pictures of other people’s “messes”.
The star, who lives in a stunning Wiltshire country house with Mary, studied at Wimbledon School of Art and paints to relax.
It was at university that the couple met, as Mary was working as a model at the time.
Giles now displays his artwork on his own website, with signed and framed prints previously selling for £250 each.