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In For A Penny got off to a racy start after presenter Stephen Mulhern couldn't hold back the innuendos.
The host, 45, returned to present Saturday's instalment of the ITV game show which sees unsuspecting members of the public take on a challenge in a bid to win cash.
The first challenge took Stephen to Birmingham where members of the public had to perfect a bay park in a game called driving me round the bend.
Minutes into the programme, the innuendos were coming in thick and fast as Stephen had a chat with people who were keen to win £100 cash.
Stephen immediately pointed at a competitor and shouted: "Let's get cracking, who's the daddy?," before the man responded: "Me."
"Oh yeah," Stephen cheekily quipped.
The Catchphrase presenter then asked the man's partner: "Have you ever called him daddy?," to which she quickly responded: "No!"
"Have you got a nickname for him?," Stephen asked, before the woman giggled and said "no!"
The woman was insistent she had no nickname for her partner but Stephen insisted she reveal it, saying: "That means you have, come on."
"Stump," she confirmed.
A baffled Stephen said: "Stump? As in stump?," before adding: ""Take from that what you will."
"And obviously you've got a nickname?," he asked.
She replied: "Sumo bum."
The presenter put his hands on his hips and looked into the camera, saying: "Well I wasn't expecting that."
The couple then got into the car and attempted to park their car while the former Britain's Got More Talent presenter watched on.
The woman wanted to make sure they would secure the money as she said to her partner: "Make sure you get in right."
Stephen couldn't resist the chance to make another cheeky remark as he joked: "Bet she's said that before."
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