I'm not Scottish, or an American who thinks he's Scottish, so I've never tried on a kilt. I imagine they're comfy, but they're pretty risky too - for instance, they can lead to hilarious moments like what happened on on This Morning earlier today.

Watch what happened here:


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Finlay Wilson was on the show via a video link to discuss his newfound fame after a YouTube video his did went viral.

While he was doing yoga his kilt fell off, prompting a lot of laughter in the studio.

As his yoga technique became increasingly risqué, Phil said to Holly: "This is going to be the end of our careers."

Then his kilt fell down to reveal he was wearing This Morning branded underwear.

Credit: ITV / This Morning

Holly and Phil laughed as she said: "I didn't know we did underwear."

Phil joked: "I loved that you failed the first time so you tried again and gave a little shake."

Finlay only got into yoga when he was 19, following surgery on his legs.

It comes after Holly burst into tears after eating a curry on the show. She, along with co-host Phillip Schofield and presenter Rylan Clark, decided to tuck into Morrisons' new 'Volcanic Vindaloo', which is made from notoriously spicy Naga chillis.:

Credit: ITV / This Morning

"Ready? Three, two, one," Holly counted down before they all chowed down.

Holly was the first to respond. She looked down and gathered her breath. It only got worse for her from there.

She began coughing and gagging as she reached out for a glass of milk.

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"You begin to feel the burn," Phil remarked - as Holly's eyes teared up.

"You feel it right there," Holly said gesturing to her throat.

But Phil went in for another bite.

"You're going in again?!" she responded.

"I like hot food," he said before grabbing another forkful. Fair play.

James Dawson

James Dawson is a Journalist at LADbible. He has contributed articles to LADbible’s ‘Knowing Me, Knowing EU’ series on the EU referendum, the 'Electoral Dysfunction' series on the 2017 general election, the ‘U OK M8?’ series tackling mental health amongst young men, and for its ‘Climate Change’ initiative in partnership with National Geographic.

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