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A Family Fortunes contestant had to apologise to his in-laws after giving a cheeky answer on the hit show.
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Stephen Lewis, from, was appearing on the quiz show - which returned to this month.
The new series, presented by, contains plenty of innuendo, as reported by .
The show, previously hosted by Les Dennis, has a history of cheeky answers that made audiences blush.
There's been plenty of risqué responses over the years and Stephen's answer is just as shockingly crude.
In tonight's episode, the Lewis family go head-to-head against another family for a £30,000 jackpot prize.
And Stephen goes up against an opponent - with both asked to "name something you turn on every day."
A new clip shows the Welsh contestant quickly press his buzzer and give "my girlfriend" as his answer.
The cheeky response drew laughter, as well as applause, from the audience but Gino wasn't impressed.
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The celebrity chef, who wonin 2009, responds: "Really? Your girlfriend? Well, lucky her."
Unfortunately, none of the surveyed 100 people had given the answer - so the Lewis' don't get any points.
And after the initial shock of his answer, Stephen apologised to his in-laws: "Sorry to Beca's parents."
It's not the first time the Lewis family have entertained the nation with their quick wit and humour though.
Stephen's mum Melanie, who also appears on Family Fortunes, went viral earlier this during lockdown.
She posted videos of her self-isolating elderly parents who needed food deliveries to their home.
In one clip, reportedly liked and shared over 10,000 times, the NHS worker drops of some groceries.
Mum Frances hides behind the door and pays for the goods through the letterbox using a shoehorn.
"Put the milk on the top of the bin and step away," she yells as husband Bill waves through the window.
Family Fortunes, featuring the Lewis family, will air on ITV later tonight at 8pm.
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