Channel 5 viewer left mortified by VERY rude blunder on Christmas TV show | The Sun

ONE Channel 5 viewers was left gobsmacked after noticing a huge rude blunder on screen.

The moment came as a shock to the TV viewer as they were left stunned by the programme that appeared to be on air.

Channel 5 has become known for its consistent talking head countdown clip shows often around the funniest or most outrageous moments from the land of film, TV and celebrity.

It's latest offering was no different with a slew of some of the biggest gaffe's seen on television played out once again for all to see.

Titled Funniest Ever Christmas TV Cock-Ups, the show counted down some pretty hilarious blunders that get viewers in stitches each time they watch.

However, it seemed they had a taste of their own medicine thanks to a rather ill-fated TV guide listing.

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One viewer took to X – formerly Twitter – to share an image of their on-screen TV guide which was unable to display the full title of the programme as a result of it being too long.

But what it had managed to shorten it too made it seem as though Channel 5 was showing something entriely different indeed.

The programme appeared to be titled: "Funniest Ever Christmas TV C**k…"

Sharing the image online, the stunned TV fan wrote: "Pardon?"

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Other X users soon replied in their droves with a series of laughing faces at the funny mistake.

The show originally aired in 2021 over the festive period but was repeated once again and featured contributions from Sherrie Hewson and Jenny Ryan.

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