The Chase fans distracted by contestant who wants to win cash for unusual prize
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    Fans of The Chase were distracted by a contestant who wanted to win the cash for a rather small prize.

    Rana, 60, who is a lecturer from Rochdale, Diana May, 34, an Events Manager from South London and 41-year-old Freelance Storyteller Dhruti from Middlesex took to the

    But it was 24-year-old Junior Doctor Sean who whipped up fans of the long-running ITV gameshow into a frenzy.

    When he was interviewed by Bradley Walsh, 62, the Wolverhampton native left fans both in hysterics and also cringing with his response.

    READ MORE: The Chase's record-breaking solo winner had to keep £75k win a secret for a year

    The host asked the contestant what he wanted to do with any potential prize win, for which he declared that he wanted to spend his winnings on a luxury holiday to Thailand.

    However, he also declared his other option was to get a new air-fryer, to which fans couldn't believe the difference in choices – or the price bracket.

    Bradley himself seemed confused with the choice as he appeared to mistake the household appliance for something found on a airplane as fans flooded social media with comments.

    One fan wrote: "Air fryer klaxon #TheChase."

    A second viewer sarcastically penned: "Aiming high airfryer."

    A third said: "Brad pretending he hasn’t heard of an air fryer #TheChase," along with a GIF of Bea Arthur in golden Girls saying "Enough Already."

    Another commented: "Air fryer," alongside a sniggering emoji.

    In the end, although he won £4,000 in his cash-builder round, he answered several questions incorrectly as he faced Entomologist, Darragh Ennis.

    It was a close finish however on the very last head-to-head question he was caught out by the quizzing expert and left the show empty handed.

    Elsewhere when Dhruti took to compete, she stunned fans with her admission that she liked to stare at people on the train, when she was asked a question about French carriage compartments.

    One fan wrote: "What a ridiculous guess. You don't need a special compartment to stare at people."

    A second said: "Seat 4 eccentric and that's all I'm going to say."

    Whist a third wrote: "Yes we spend hours in the train over here in special cars observing each other."

    A fourth viewer declared: "I like to look at people, ummm…"


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