The Chase fans all saying the same thing as contestant appears in jaw-dropping flag themed outfit

The Chase fans all saying the same thing as contestant appears in jaw-dropping flag themed outfit

THE Chase fans have been left feeling bemused after a contestant turned up wearing a vibrant flag-themed outfit.

Colin, 59, decided to make himself stand out on the ITV1 game show by donning a Union Jack bow tie and matching waistcoat.

The police call handler told host Bradley Walsh that he thought he'd "dress ugly" for him.

But Bradley insisted: "You look splendid. I like it, I really like it."

Viewers of the The Chase were also more enamoured with Colin's Union Jack-themed ensemble, rather than how well he answered the questions.

One tweeted: "Colin looks as though he’s going straight to the last night of the proms when he finishes on #thechase this afternoon."

Another wrote: "No one can say Colin didn’t get dressed up for the show today #TheChase."

A third added: "I love Colin's waistcoat! Fantastic."

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Colin, from Stafford, told Bradley he enjoyed volunteering at both his local canal and his local theatre in his spare time.

He also said he enjoys writing poetry, adding: "It's nonsense stuff, it's a bit of fun really."

During his first round of quick-fire questions, Colin successfully named some lyrics from the Robin Thicke hit Blurred Lines.

Amazed, Bradley asked: "Burred Lines, how did you get that?!"

Laughing, he replied: "I can't see, so it's all blurred!"

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Colin and the rest of Wednesday evening's contestants were up against Chaser Paul 'Sinnerman' Sinha.

The patriotic player took £7,000 back to his teammates and had hoped to scoop some cash to pay for a new porch for his house.

But unfortunately, Colin and his fellow two contestants were beaten by The Sinnerman and went home empty-handed.


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