From 100-year-old Colonel Tom Moore raising over £30million for the NHS trust after pledging to walk 100 laps of his driveway, to five-year-old Harmonie-Rose Allen taking park in the 2.6 challenge, fundraising efforts across the UK are at an all-time high.
Today, GMB spoke to 73-year-old Rajinder Singh – otherwise known as the ‘Skipping Sikh’ – who has been inspiring people to exercise during the lockdown.
He went viral after he was filmed skipping in his allotment, and has since raised £9,600 for the NHS.
And Chris Kamara – who is known for his own sporting efforts – joined their interview, but it quickly descended into chaos when he revealed the lack of clothing he was wearing below the waist.
“We can’t have you there without doing some sort of exercise, can you do a handstand up the wall or something? Don’t let me down mate, come on!” Ben begged.
Those watching at home heard Ranvir interject: “You’re such a mean friend!”
“I haven’t got any trousers on!” Chris revealed and the whole studio fell about laughing.
“Prove it! Prove it! Prove it!” Ranvir chanted but Ben restored the order: “No, if he’s said it, it means it’s true. Absolutely true.”
One said: “Haha made my morning !! Love @chris_kammy !! @benshephard face was a picture lol well done gr8 piece.”
“Only watch GMB on Fridays and thought this was hilarious,” another added.
Someone else wrote: “Brilliant work all. Great to see such a fun and inspiring story. We now only watch @GMB on a Friday for obvious reasons.”
An alternative tweet read: “Never fails to surprise and make us laugh, brilliant Chris Kammy.”
Published at Fri, 01 May 2020 07:08:00 +0000