Blankety Blank turns awkward as TV star appears to draw very rude picture

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Blankety Blank appeared to suffer an awkward moment after TV presenter Karim Zeroual appeared to draw a rude image.

However, the on-air BBC blunder appeared to go unnoticed by the show's host Bradley Walsh, 61.

Bradley asked celebrities guest that included Karim, comedian Judi Love, GBBO host Sue Perkins, The Masked Singer presenter Joel Dommett, Loose Women panelist Gloria Hunniford and actor John Thomson: "What blank would you use to remove an appendix?"

Judi, explained that she was keeping her answer versatile as she chimed: "Tool," which caused an eruption of laughter.

However Karim, opted for "spanner", but when he flashed up the card the drawing didn't appear to look anything like the metal toolbox item.

One eagle-eyed fan spotted the error and took to Twitter to air their thoughts.

Sharing the picture of Karim holding up his answer, they penned: "Sorry Karim but that definitely DOESN’T look like a spanner on #BlanketyBlank on @BBCOne."

The popular TV show recently made a momentous comeback with The Chase star announced as the host.

The programme sees celebrities help contestants to fill in the missing words of a sentence, normally with humorous meanings.

It first ran from 1979 to 1990 and was presented by Sir Terry Wogan and then Les Dawson.

In the late 1990's the show was brought back to screens – this time with Lilly Savage – better known as Paul O'Grady – take to the helm.

Speaking about the opportunity, Bradley said in a statement: "I struggle to remember the last time I laughed as much as when I was filming Blankety Blank.

"So when they asked if I'd be up for doing a series, I jumped at the chance, I'm just so pleased I get to be a part of it.

"I stand on the shoulders of giants like Les Dawson and Sir Terry Wogan but I'm hoping to put my own stamp on the fantastically nostalgic show."

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