'Televised torture!' Man walking on upturned plugs shocks Britain's Got Talent fans

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Fans of Britain's Got Talent were cringing in pain watching last night's More Talent.

The ITV2 spin-off hosted by Stephen Mulhern saw a poor bloke walking over upturned plugs, LEGO bricks and plastic toys in a series of painful clips.


However it wasn't another wacky audition, rather Amanda Holden's tips for stopping a burglar.

She's returned to the ITV2 series with her "Handy Mandy" tips, offering Britain's Got More Talent's one viewer all the advice anyone could want.

In the first show this weekend, the viewer asked for tips to stop burglars in their tracks prompting Amanda's televised torture.

But many ended up feeling sorry for the would-be thief.

"What kind of monster makes someone walk on plugs and lego 😵 #BGMT" one viewer reacted.


Still, it proved an effective deterrent.

Elsewhere on this week's first episode of More Talent, Britain's Got Talent hosts Ant and Dec came face to face... with their faces.

In Saturday’s episode, Stephen Mulhern hosted a round of To Tell The Truth where his fellow presenters were faced with three guests who all claim to have a tattoo of the boys’ faces on their bum.

It was up to both of them to figure out which one of them is actually telling the truth by asking a series of questions.


Once they had given their answers, it was time for the big reveal... followed by a selfie with their bum portraits.

Britain's Got More Talent continues Saturday, April 22 at 9:20PM on ITV2 straight after the main show which begins at 8PM on ITV.

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