Gogglebox star shocks viewers after eating dog ice cream – after dog
Watching TV with your favorite snacks is part of the fun when you spend a lazy evening relaxing on the sofa, but one Gogglebox star has taken her food choice to a whole new level.
Eddie Boxshall, who appears on the show with his girlfriend Denise van Outen, was left in shock after eating an ice cream designed for the pet.
Denise originally bought the doggy ice cream for her pet bulldog Tilly and the couple decided to give her the summer treat during the show.
At first, Denise and Eddie thought ice cream would be an unusual flavor, like tuna, designed specifically for dogs.
But when Eddie realized it was actually strawberry, he got curious and decided to give it a try himself.
“It’s good,” he said after having a simple doggie ice cream.
He then offered the ice cream to Bulldog Tilly, who started lapping the ice cream out of the carton.
But while Denise admires her dog, Eddie becomes jealous of Tilly and her snack.
“I think I could have more,” he said, before slipping into the same box with a spoon.
His eating habits shocked viewers but also sparked outrage from Denise, who might believe he was eating doggy ice cream.
“Oi it’s for the dog!” she said. “I have this for the dogs.
There is a dog on it. It’s dog ice cream, you can’t eat that. “
After taking a few more spoonfuls, Eddie returned the box to Tilly.
Eddie’s decision to share Tilly’s ice cream has squandered many viewers, with many taking to Twitter to share their shock.
One user, @sophiecromack, said: “You tell me the dog that licks EVERYTHING that was licked out of the ice cream jar and Eddie put his spoon in after eating it ???? #gogglebox. ”
Another user, posting as PepperPot, added: “He eats dog ice cream after the dog gets his tongue licked! Yuk! Gross!”
The Channel 4 show, which began its third series last Friday, brought together popular names from across the UK television and entertainment landscape.
Lorraine Kelly and daughter Rosie Smith, Shaun Ryder and Bez of the Happy Mondays, father-son duo Martin and Roman Kemp and Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford are just a few of the characters featured in this series.
Melanie C, BBC Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo, sports presenter Clare Balding and former Premiership footballers turned expert Micah Richards and Jamie Carragher also appear on the couch with a cup of tea.