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
A businesswoman has criticised an airport security guard for rifling through her luggage and having a photograph taken with one of her live lobsters. Lisa Feinman, who owns the Atlantic Seafood Market in the US state of Connecticut, had carefully packed more than a dozen lobsters in a cooler to fly to a customer in Boston. After the Transportation Security Administration posted the picture on Instagram, attracting thousands of likes, Ms Feinman said she was “personally offended” by the agent’s actions. She added that the TSA should focus on doing its job and “leave our personal property alone”. On Facebook, she wrote: “When is it okay to go through someone’s checked baggage and take photographs? “I packed this checked cooler with care and concern for the lobsters and my customer’s personal property.” Ms Feinman claimed the lobster in the photograph had been purposely packed underneath the other live crustaceans, so the agent “had to dump out 12 other lobsters to get to this guy”.
She also alleged the TSA agent at Logan International Airport in Boston could have broken one of the lobster’s claws because he was not handling it properly. The TSA is yet to respond to Ms Feinman’s claims, but earlier said the lobster had “cooperated quite nicely with the screening process”. According to the agency’s website, live lobsters are allowed through security as long as they are transported in a clear, plastic, spill proof container.
It adds that TSA officers are required to visually inspect lobsters at checkpoints.
Organisers in talks with cops as security stepped up for Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh after recent terror attacks
Security ramped up
Organisers of Scotland’s annual farming and countryside show are in constant talks with cops over security and policing of the event
SECURITY is being ramped up at the Royal Highland Show after recent terror attacks across the UK. Organisers of Scotland s annual farming and countryside show are in constant talks with cops over security and policing of the event.
This year s show will take place from today until Sunday at at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh and bosses have released a statement reassuring those planning to go. They say they are working closely with cops and are keeping their plans under constant review.
A statement from organisers said: We appreciate that recent events have brought public safety to the front of everyone s minds and we would like to reassure visitors that keeping people safe has always been, and continues to be, our number one priority.
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The security review follows last month s horror bombing at an Ariana Grande gig at the Manchester Arena. A total of 22 innocent victims lost their lives in the blast1 on May 22. Then on June 3, five people were killed and 50 injured when a terrorist drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge2 and then stabbed a police officer.
The Royal Highland Show statement added: The Show has a robust event management plan in place that has been created in collaboration with Police Scotland, our security contractor and other emergency services.
We are reviewing our plans on a regular basis in recognition of the changing external environment.
Any additional security measures likely to impact our guests will be communicated via our social media channels in the run up to the show.
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