Phillip Schofield shocked viewers when he made a filthy joke about "happy endings" during a segment about masasging dogs.
The silver haired presenter and his co-host Holly Willoughby were given the tricky task of massaging two dogs – Derek the shitzu and Theo – with the aim to give the pooches some pretty epic pampering.
But when Derek continued to misbehave, leaving Holly squealing and dragging the pup back towards her so she could pamper him, Phil couldn’t resist making a VERY naughty joke.
First, the dogs’ owner was giving the pair a quickfire lesson in how to massage the dogs, but Holly’s pup Derek was not paying attention.
The dog masseurs did their best
Phil was intrigued by what Derek was getting up to
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First, the dog started licking one of the other pooches, Milo, meaning Holyl was clearly not doing what the dog needed to relax into the massage.
She squealed: "Oh my god it’s not working, what did I do? I feel like I’m part of something I shouldn’t be!"
At this, Phil joked: "It’s like a couples massage!"
But this wasn’t the moment which really shocked, as later on Derek started turning onto his back to get a belly rub.
Theo seemed to love his massage
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Holly wasn’t sure what to do, at which point Phil looked at the dog and quipped: "Sorry, it’s not that sort of establishment."
The pair then collapsed into giggles at this joke, as Holly really struggled to get the attention back of her dog.
As the segment ended, Phil’s pooch Theo moved to the front of the shot, and settled down to let the silver-haired presenter continue to do his best work.
He asked: "Do you have a towel? Thanks so much for coming, sir, same time next week?"
Phil had a naughty joke
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Holly quipped that Theo had likely moved to "hid Derek’s shame" as the dog lay out on the rug, expecting cuddles and massage.
This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.
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