Erin Molan is left ’embarrassed’ after a 2Day FM bus advert is vandalised to give her rotten teeth and a monobrow – as her co-hosts take the joke one step further
Erin Molan has offered a hilarious response after a bus advert for her 2Day FM breakfast host was vandalised this week.
Vandals had used permeant marker to give Erin, 38, rotten teeth and a monobrow – but left her Morning Crew colleagues Dave Hughes and Ed Kavalee untouched.
The radio presenter said on Tuesday she initially thought someone had edited the advert using Photoshop, but soon learned the bus was rolling around Sydney.
Baby plans: Channel Nine star Erin Molan has revealed she wants to have another baby with her fiancé, Sean Ogilvy. Pictured at the Women in Business luncheon in Sydney on Wednesday
‘This was sent to a group chat, and I naively thought someone had just drawn on a photo that someone had taken of the bus, i.e. coloured in six of my teeth and given me a monobrow,’ she laughed on air. ‘Turns out, it’s on the actual bus!’
Seeing the funny side of it, Erin added: ‘If you see this particular bus and you’ve got a few spare seconds, could scrub the s**t off my face.
‘Or, if you could add some stuff to the other faces because it’s quite embarrassing being the only one that’s mangled!’
She later shared a photo of the vandalised bus on Instagram, and wrote: ‘Good morning to everyone expect the person who did this to my face on a massive bus currently commuting all over Sydney.
‘I’m going to assume they only left the other two alone because they thought someone had already vandalised them!’
Away from her breakfast radio show, Erin is a doting mum to daughter Eliza, whom she welcomed in 2018 with her fiancé, police officer Sean Ogilvy.
She recently revealed she would love to expand her family because she feels like she ‘won the lottery’ by becoming a mother.
‘The greatest thing in my life is my little girl,’ she told the Herald Sun on Tuesday.
‘She is the only thing I’ve ever done that is perfect. If she is to be my only child then I have won the lottery a million times over but if I were to be lucky enough to have another baby, I’d be over the moon.’
Family: Erin and Sean welcomed their daughter, Eliza, in 2018 (all pictured)