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Video: Stephen Nolan's mum Audrey swears at him and tells him off as he films her shopping in her dressing gown

'She said 'Don't let anyone see me in my dressing gown' so I'm putting her on Facebook live and she really will go ballistic.'

Published 17/07/2016

Stephen Nolan and his mum Audrey larking around in the grounds of Belfast City Hall
Stephen Nolan and his mum Audrey larking around in the grounds of Belfast City Hall

Stephen Nolan has been getting into a bit of trouble with his mum after he followed her around a supermarket while she shopped in her dressing gown - and streamed it live on Facebook.

The BBC heavyweight posted a live video of his tortured mum Audrey and her friend Betty as they picked up some groceries.

In the caption for the video, he describes his long-suffering mum as "Vera Duckworth on speed".

He explains: "I've just got back from London and my mum hasn't been too well. She's out in her dressing gown and she said 'Don't let anyone see me in my dressing gown' so I'm putting her on Facebook live and she really really will go ballistic. She'll probably hit me or something."

As he goes into the store on the search for his mum, he added: "You'll probably hear her before you see her. She's walking around in her dressing gown like Vera Duckworth."

He pushes the camera into her face and tells him to p**s off as she tries to escape.

He laughs and says: "I do love her. She hasn't been well and has had a really sore shoulder and has been really sore so this is my attempt to get her out and have a laugh today.

"I just torture her non-stop."

His mum tries to get her own back with a few subtle jibes.

Nolan asks her to tell his 65,000 Facebook followers how much weight he's lost and she shouts that he's put weight on.

Then when his mum comments on the price of washing powder, Nolan says: "You can't call Tesco a 'dear hole'."

She quickly responds: "You're paying for everything so you can call it what you like."

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