Jeremy Kyle viewers fall in love with security guard Steve after he’s asked a question about his sex life
Jeremy Kyle viewers have fallen in love with his security guard Steve thanks to his amazing response to a question about his sex life. His answer proved what a true gentleman he is, but Jeremy didn’t seem as impressed as the tonnes of viewers backing Steve on social media. David was on the show for lie detector results after admitting he was forced to watch cartoons because his fianc e thought he was cheating on her.
The guest, who has been with partner Chelsea for two-and-a-half years, confessed that they didn’t have sex with each other for a year, despite getting engaged just six months into their relationship.
Jeremy was shocked at his guest’s sex revelation (Photo: ITV) He needed to get a second opinion (Photo: ITV) Obviously Steve was on hand to help out (Photo: ITV)
Jeremy was stunned by this revelation so decided to get the opinions of some of the other men in the studio. He asked: “Steve would you stay with a woman if she didn’t have sex with you for a year?”
Running over to the security guard he shouted: “Would you stay with a woman if she didn t put out for a year?”
Steve was asked a theoretical question (Photo: ITV)
Steve simply answered “yeah” before adding: “If you love her.”
Women around the country were standing up and applauding the lovable beefcake from their sofas at home. But Jeremy was not happy with the answer and got the camera to follow him behind the scenes to cameraman Kyle.
Chelsea didn’t sleep with her partner for a whole year (Photo: ITV)
The host said: “I’ve been waiting to do this for years, you’re going a slightly red colour, would you stay with a woman who wouldn’t put out for a year?
Kyle the camera man said: “Not a chance.”
It turned out David was telling the truth and the couple left hand in hand.
Steve is every woman’s dream (Photo: ITV)
Jeremy Kyle viewers took to Twitter to back Steve.
* Jeremy Kyle airs weekdays on ITV at 9.25am
UEFA confirm Europa League final to go ahead but will increase security in wake of Manchester attack
European football’s governing body, UEFA, have confirmed that the Europa League1 final between Manchester United2 and Ajax3 in Stockholm will go ahead following the tragic events at Manchester Arena on Monday night. A terror attack4 at an Ariana Grande concert left 22 people dead and 59 injured. UEFA have two major finals in the next 11 days, with Wednesday’s clash followed by the pinnacle of the European season on Saturday week – the Champions League final in Cardiff.
They have been liaising with Swedish police ahead of the match in Stockholm for a number of months, increasing their detail following the Stockholm terror attack5 in April, which left five people dead and 15 other injured when a hijacked truck was eliberately driven into crowds along Drottninggatan,. Seeking to allay fears, UEFA have stated that there is “currently no specific intelligence” that the final will be targeted. UEFA have urged supporters travelling to the Friends Arena that “detailed checks” will take place upon arrival.
Stockholm’s Friends Arena (Photo: Getty) A pitchside view (Photo: 2017 Getty Images)
“UEFA is shocked by last night’s attack in Manchester .
Our thoughts are with the victims and the families of those affected,” read the statement.
“There is currently no specific intelligence which might suggest that any of the UEFA Europa League final activities in Stockholm may be the target of attacks.
“UEFA has been closely working with local authorities and the Swedish FA for many months and the terrorist risk had been taken into account since the very beginning of the project.
“Furthermore, a number of additional security measures were implemented following the attacks in Stockholm last April.
“Due to the tight security arrangements, UEFA urges fans to arrive at the stadium as early as possible, as detailed checks will be made at the entrances, resulting in potential in accessing the stadium.”
United fly out to the Swedish capital on Tuesday, ahead of the clash with the Dutch giants .
They are expected to ask UEFA if they can wear black armbands.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin offered his condolences (Photo: REUTERS)
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin added: “I am deeply saddened by the horrible terrorist attack in Manchester last night.
“It shocks me that so many innocent people lost their lives and I would like to send my condolences to the families of those affected.”
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Officers had received reports a robbery was in progress. Arriving at the scene, they found a security guard, 63, suffering gunshot wounds.
Paramedics from London Ambulance Service attended the scene and transferred the man to an east London hospital. His injuries were not believed to be life threatening.
A Met Police spokesman said: “Officers attended along with firearms officers and a security guard, a 53-year-old man was found at the location suffering from gunshot injuries.
“His injuries are not being treated as life threatening or life-changing.
“Officers from the Met’s Flying Squad are investigating.