Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win fans in hysterics over a very rude question

VIEWERS tuning into Ant and Dec’s Limitless Win were left in hysterics after a very rude question appeared on the show.

Contestants Amy and Sarah were back to compete on Saturday night’s show after last week’s winning streakand things soon got awkward.

Limitless Win viewers were left in hysterics after a rude question appeared

Limitless Win viewers were left in hysterics after a rude question appearedKrediet: ITV
Ant and Dec could barely contain themselves

Ant and Dec could barely contain themselvesKrediet: ITV

The sisters were taken aback after being faced with the question: “How many toes does a camel have?”

After some deliberation, they managed to correctly guess that camels have eight toesbut not before descending into a fit of laughter.

Viewers were equally amused by the question, with many flooding sosiale media to remark on the cheeky question.

Alongside an emoji of an embarrassed face, het een persoon getwiet: “Prime time Saturday evening television talking about camel toeswelcome to Britain.

Someone else quipped: “Don’t even ask me how I’m explaining to the kids what camel toe means.

While a third hilariously questioned: “Who on earth has a camel toe worth £30,000?”

But it was no laughing matter for the sisters as they risked £30,000 before losing the lot.

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They were working towards £150,000 on the ladder until it all went wrong, with Ant telling them he wasreally sorryto not see them take home the cash.

Die ITV game show is the first of its kind to offer contestants an unlimited prize pot, as long as they continue to keep answering questions correctly.

Ant & Dec’s Limitless Win airs on Saturdays at 8.30pm on ITV.

The sisters were taken aback after being faced with the question

The sisters were taken aback after being faced with the questionKrediet: ITV
They debated cashing out their £30,000 before losing the lot

They debated cashing out their £30,000 before losing the lotKrediet: ITV