The Chase host Bradley Walsh bursted into tears of laughter at the answer "Gritty Beaver" during Thursday's episode of the ITV quiz show.
Contestant Jan went head-to-head against quiz champion Anne Hegerty but one question left the studio in stitches.
Bradley asked the player: "Who became the governor of Idaho in 2007?"
As the answers appeared on screen, the host and the audience began to laugh almost immediately.
The presenter started to read out the first two answers "Butch Otter" and "Sturdy Muskrat" before bursting out into a full fit of hysterics.
Unwilling to wait for Bradley to compose himself, Chaser Anne went ahead and answered the question.
The correct answer was "Butch Otter", which both Anne and Jan picked.
Viewers at home, who found the whole incident very amusing, rushed to their keyboards after spotting the cheeky innuendo.
One person said: "Cos nobody likes a gritty beaver, do they."
"Gritty Beaver?! I get that after a day on the beach!" another joked.
Another added: "A gritty beaver would be damn uncomfortable!"
A fourth viewer penned: "Love it when Brad gets the giggles #TheChase #grittybeaver."
Bradley is notorious for getting the giggles on the show. Back in 2011 he was laughing so hard at the name “Fanny Chmelar” he had to take several minutes to calm down.
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