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Alan Carr appears drunk as a fan gifts him a can of Hooch during bus ride to Lewisham

‘Where the f**k are we going?’ Alan Carr appears drunk as a fan gifts him a can of Hooch during hilarious bus ride

  • Drinking alcohol and carrying open containers on Transport for London has been banned since 2008, but Alan wasn’t seen sipping on his can in the video 

Alan Carr left a fan in stitches as they bumped into each other during a bus ride to Lewisham, when he joked: ‘Where the f**k are we going?’

The comedian, 44, appeared drunk as he was treated to a can of pink Hooch by the fellow passenger, but wasn’t seen drinking on the public vehicle. 

Drinking alcohol and carrying open containers on Transport for London has been banned since 2008, but Alan wasn’t seen sipping on his can in the video shared to TikTok and Twitter

‘Where the f**k are we going?’ Alan Carr left a fan in stitches as they bumped into each other during a bus ride to Lewisham

‘People, I’m with Alan Carr!’, the excited follower said, before captioning the video: ‘This man is a ledge!!!! Had me in stitches #standUpOnAbus.’ (sic)

The presenter stood over the man, who pleaded with him to ‘bring his face mask down’.

An hilarious Alan replied: ‘No, I don’t want to get Covid!’, before thanking the excited fan for his alcoholic beverage.

The TV star said: ‘I’ve been given some Hooch. He’s so lovely for giving me that… [but] where the f**k are we going? I’m on the bus, I’m on the way to Lewisham. Here I am, I love your pink Hooch, respect.’    

Having fun: The comedian, 44, appeared drunk as he was treated to a can of pink Hooch by the fellow passenger, but wasn't seen drinking on the public vehicle

Having fun: The comedian, 44, appeared drunk as he was treated to a can of pink Hooch by the fellow passenger, but wasn’t seen drinking on the public vehicle

Careful! Drinking alcohol and carrying open containers on Transport for London has been banned since 2008, but Alan wasn't seen sipping on his can in the TikTok video

Careful! Drinking alcohol and carrying open containers on Transport for London has been banned since 2008, but Alan wasn’t seen sipping on his can in the TikTok video 

'I don't want to get Covid!' The presenter stood over the man, who pleaded with him to 'bring his face mask down'

‘I don’t want to get Covid!’ The presenter stood over the man, who pleaded with him to ‘bring his face mask down’

‘How about that people, Alan Carr! I have to keep rolling’, the member of public added, moments before the talk show host joked: ‘No, f***ing press that stop bottom, I’m getting off now!’ 

Earlier this year, the Chatty Man star spoke about getting nervous before filming RuPaul’s Drag Race UK after ‘putting on three stone’ during lockdown.

Appearing remotely on This Morning, the host revealed: ‘We stopped filming in February and the next thing you know we started in November when I’ve just eaten.’ 

The comedian responded in full: ‘Only because I put on three stone. We stopped filming in February and the next thing you know we started in November when I’ve just eaten.

‘Do you remember when Oprah was on BBC and she was thin and then she was fat on Channel 4? That’s what it was like.’ 

Alan also touched upon the return of Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow, with the new season of the ITV programme featuring Harry and Sandra Redknapp, Nicola Adams and Ella Baig, Martin and Shirlie Kemp, and Catherine Tyldesley.

‘It’s weird but it works,’ he said. ‘We’ve got some great punters and they’re so excited because they’re allowed out of the house.’

Candid: Earlier this year, the Chatty Man star spoke about getting nervous before filming RuPaul's Drag Race UK after 'putting on three stone' during lockdown

Before: Alan pictured in 2019

Candid: Earlier this year, the Chatty Man star spoke about getting nervous before filming RuPaul’s Drag Race UK after ‘putting on three stone’ during lockdown (R in 2019)

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