Drag Queen Baga Chipz haunted by sex pest ghost that wants to see her naked

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Baga Chipz has been haunted by a sex pest ghost.

The TV drag queen, 31, got the shock of her life when the spirit moved into her London flat.

And after some creepy incidents, she is convinced it was trying to get frisky with her.

Baga told the Daily Star Sunday: “I was in my flat and I thought there was someone who kept going up and down the stairs. I remember it like it was yesterday.

“It suddenly felt really cold in the room. I was like, ‘What the bloody hell is going on here?’. I felt cold on my face. I think they were trying to kiss me. It’s a good job I’m not a real woman or I’d have a ghost baby by now!”

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Drag Race UK star Baga became convinced the ghost was trying to see her naked — and had to take action to stop them perving.

She added: “It got to the point where I would get changed in the bathroom. But then I realised a spirit could just walk through the walls anyway.”

Baga got another fright when she finally saw the ghost for herself.

The meeting happened in her bedroom.

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She said: “I just had a feeling that there was someone standing at the end of my bed. And then I saw it.

“When you see a ghost, it’s not like when you see a person. It’s a kind of shadow. Like steam. I couldn’t tell if it was a man or a woman. It was dark. It’s really hard to explain.”

Baga, who is the face of new travel booking platform Hoo (subs please keep), is a firm believer in spirits.

She said: “I have been to loads of haunted places.

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"I used to love watching Derek Acorah and Yvette Fielding on Most Haunted. That show was TV gold.

“I believe in the spirit world and energy and auras. I am not one of these heaven and hell people. I’m not a religious person.

"But I think people leave their energy when they die. I believe people are there looking over you.”

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