JUDGE Rinder left House of Games viewers in stitches after he brutally slammed the show’s prizes.
They compete against each other in various rounds to gain points.
During Tuesday night’s instalment of the show, fans were left in hysterics when Rob, 43, best known as Judge Rinder, laid his eyes on the prizes.
The TV personality certainly didn’t hold back and said that he didn’t want to take any of them home with him.
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Many flocked to Twitter to share their amusement.
One wrote on Twitter: “Watching #HouseOfGames and love it that Rob Rinder is saying I’m not taking that crap home with me and donating his prizes.”
A second said: “Rob Rinder really doesn’t want any House of Games tat in his house #houseofgames.”
A third added: “Your generous spirit on House of Games makes me want to watch it to the end of the week. Not all contestants have such a kind-hearted approach to their fellow contestants. I hope you get a prize of your choosing before the end of the run.”
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Earlier this week viewers all had the same complaint about one of the latest guests.
During a round called Distinctly Average on Monday the celebs worked in pairs to get an average close enough to the correct answer.
However, Karim struggled with one which asked how much prize money tennis ace Roger Federer had won at Grand Slams during his career.
Karim, 28, admitted he didn’t watch tennis and guessed $2 million, however the answer turned out to be over $129 million.
The CBBC star also missed the mark with a few other questions during the show, prompting comments from viewers on Twitter.
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One wrote: “This Karim character on House Of Games is thicker than tar! How do people exist being so detached from everyday life?
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House of Games airs weekdays at 6pm on BBC Two