Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 28 January 2015

Gillian McKeith's dunny whodunnit

Gillian McKeith was upset not be able to investigate
Gillian McKeith was upset not be able to investigate

Gillian McKeith complained that she did not get the chance to look at the mess left on the I'm A Celebrity toilet, after it was cleaned up by one of her campmates.

Playboy bunny Kayla Collins created a stink after saying she had discovered poo on the toilet seat and had been forced to clean it up.

She complained: "It's so unsanitary. Whoever did it should feel ashamed of themselves. It was a diarrhoea type of poo".

As the celebrities began to blame each other, TV nutritionist Gillian was miffed that she had not been given the chance to investigate.

Gillian, who investigated faeces in her TV shows, said: "I would have loved to have conducted my own investigation but Kayla had cleaned up the evidence so there was nothing to look at and I was quite disappointed about that actually."

Dom Joly blamed Aggro Santos, while the rapper stirred things up by saying he thought Kayla was responsible.

The angry model retaliated: "You are an a**hole. It makes me so mad."

Stacey Solomon told the Bush Telegraph: "I think I've got a clear conscience on this one; it certainly isn't me. I can't believe anyone in here is even pooing... not only are they pooing, they're pooing on the seat."

Things got worse later when Linford Christie found knickers in the bean cooking pot.

Gillian was disgusted, saying: "I don't know what kind of household people grew up in here; it's turned me off from cooking. To me that's as bad as s**t on the toilet seat. Whose knickers are they?"

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