Lucy Alexander, 48, caused a stir on Twitter when she admitted chewing gum got stuck under her foot causing it to stick to the pedal while she drove her car. In view of her 25,100 followers, she wrote: “What are the chances of a big lump of sticky chewing gum getting stuck to your foot so when accelerating in the car your foot gets stuck to the pedal? Seriously.” Fans rushed to comment as many quizzed the property expert on how this could actually happen. One person stated: “Never heard this one before.”
The former Homes Under The Hammer star replied: “Well it happened and my foot was properly stuck!” followed by a laughing emoji.
Another person commented: “Hope you managed to get your foot off the gas and back home to safety.”
While a third social media user, mused: “OMG how dangerous.”(sic)
Fortunately, the TV star came out of the sticky situation unscathed as she later took to Instagram to share a snap of herself at home.
In view of her 36,700 users, she shared a snap as she sported a multicoloured floor-length skirt teamed with a navy blue and red blouse.
Sitting in her spacious kitchen, she captioned the post: “Lovely chilled Sunday today. Planning a lunch & going to BBQ even though there’s no sun. Might do the chilli burgers again & a big crispy salad.”
She completed the post, with the following hashtags: “#pictureoftheday #instafood #sundaylunch #gingerpig #yesineedglasses #goodforholdingmyhairback skirt @oliverbonas (gift) jumper @boden_clothing trainers @andotherstories.”
Her This Morning pal, Ruth Langsford asked: “What time shall I come round?!”
To which Lucy cheekily jibed: “@ruthlangsford uber eats arrives in an hour babe!”
Former Inbetweeners actress, Emily Atack, also commented: “Super cute.”
The presenter responded: “@emilyatackofficial not as cuttteee as you gorge gal.”(sic)
Meanwhile, the BBC favourite recently turned her attention to consumer programme The Customer Is Always Right.
The series showcased Britain’s best entrepreneurs as they put their products to the test, with viewers at home trying them out.
She presenter previously told Express.co.uk she did not take the decision “lightly” when she quit the property show after 13 years.
She said: “It was nothing to do with anything other than I’ve given the BBC 13 years,” she said.
“I just felt it was the right time for me to go on and do other things.”
Homes Under the Hammer airs weekdays at 10am on BBC One.
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