Tipping Point viewers claim Ben Shephard is ‘pure filth’ as he makes innuendos

Tipping Point fans couldn't help but take to social media as they tuned into Wednesday afternoon's episode.

Viewers at home couldn't believe their ears as host Ben Shephard made a few choice comments in response to some of the questions.

The 46-year-old Good Morning Britain star made several cheeky innuendos, and they didn't go unnoticed.

In response to a question about popular chicken restaurant Nando's, Ben made a comment about there being "a lot of meat on the bone".

He then made another remark about "well stacked bottoms" whilst referring to the counters.

Moments later, the TV presenter said another cheeky comment about one of the contestants going "in deep".

Viewers tuning in at home were quick to take to Twitter after noticing Ben's remarks.

"A lot of meat on the bone & going in deep! Well I say! #TippingPoint," one person tweeted.

Another added: "Blimey Ben is on one today! Pure filth #tippingpoint," while a third posted: "@benshephard we all like a 'well stacked bottom', his words not mine."

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A fourth fan claimed: "Ben’s on some horny shizz today! A lot of meat on the bone and well stacked bottoms ! #tippingpoint."

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