Gogglebox viewers left flabbergasted over cast’s major cheese blunder

Gogglebox fans were baffled as they learned the cast of the reality show didn't know what 'Cheese Rolling' was.

They were watching the Netflix documentary about Gloucestershire’s annual Cheese Rolling event.

The programme, We Are The Champions, is a six-part series about the most unusually competitions in the world.

Cooper's Hill Cheese Rolling and Wake was featured on the episode, but the Gogglebox stars were perplexed as they'd never heard of the sport.

Viewers went into meltdown on Twitter, as one wrote: "How do people not know about cheese rolling? Do they live in caves."

While another penned: "Loool that no one on Gogglebox knows what cheese rolling is".

A third added: "I'm actually surprised so many haven't heard of cheese rolling competition

"Have the Goggleboxers never watched Blue Peter, nationwide, or the one show? Cheese rolling has been on the telly millions of times…", said another.

"As someone from Gloucestershire it’s cracking me up that they’re so shocked at cheese rolling", remarked a fifth viewer.

Gogglebox star Lee Riley sparked controversy after he dunked his toast into a cup of tea and ate it.

During an episode that aired in May, the star left his good pal Jenny cringing as he dunked his toast into his cuppa and proceeded to eat it.

Lee took to the pair's Instagram account this week as he recalled the moment.

He wrote in the caption: "Who dunks toast in tea like me is it right or wrong Jenny thinks it’s disgusting," followed by a sea of laughing emojis.

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He added: "Who’s side are you on?"

Fans flooded the comments with messages, as one wrote: "I definitely agree with Jenny, that’s just not nice Lee."

"No way! Biscuits are for dunking", wrote another.

Gogglebox airs Fridays at 9pm on Channel 4

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