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A contestant on Channel 4's Naked Attraction walked off the set after having never seen a naked woman before.
The premise of the dating show sees singletons attempt to find a date amongst six naked men or women.
The contestants are met with naked bodies and choose based off of which physical features they most like, whittling down from six to one person.
In an upcoming episode from the new series, Brian, a 23-year-old virgin became overwhelmed after admitting to never seeing a real-life naked woman before and walked off the set.
Host of the show, Anna Richardson, 50, recently told MailOnline about the first walk off in the show's history, and said Brian looked "very faint" before leaving the set.
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"A young chap called Brian who is a virgin, a lovely guy, wine connoisseur and proficient musician, felt really faint when he was faced with six naked girls, and needed to be escorted off set and consoled by producers," the presenter explained.
Anna went on to reveal that after speaking to producers, Brian returned for the rest of the episode.
"He was a good lad, he came back on and faced the rest of the show," she continued.
In a preview clip, Anna asks the Kent based musician: "Are you okay Brian?"
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He shakes his head and puts his hand over his mouth, as the host says: "You look like you're about to faint Brian."
"So I need a moment," the distressed contestant admits. "Anna, sorry, can I have a little moment?"
Brian takes a deep breath and a reassuring Anna says: "Of course you can, go and have five minutes love!"
The new series of the hit show has had to make some changes during filming to adhere to the government's coronavirus advice.
Speaking about the pods where the contestants have to stand, a source told The Sun: "Surprisingly Naked Attraction has a great COVID-19 format as standard.
"Despite the fact contestants have to stand in a studio with no clothes on, they actually reveal themselves from behind disinfected glass pods which can be wiped down afterwards," the insider continued.
"Singletons who've been chosen can go on a socially distanced date if need be.
"Channel 4 has given the team the green light and new blood, as well as contestants who had already put their name forward, will be contacted to get the show made."
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