Chris Moyles has explained how he managed to steal food on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!.
The Radio X presenter was the sixth celeb to be evicted from the jungle, and it turns out he was eating more than just basic rations.
Watch him explain how here:
"I've got to be careful, so I can't let anybody get told off," the 48-year-old said.
"When they put the electrocution pads on me, they had to go on my bottom cheeks. So, I had to go into a tent and put them on, and there just happened to be two packets of biscuits on the table.
"So I just grabbed them and quickly hid them in my pocket."
He continued: "And then when I had to take the pads off, there was a half open packet of biscuits with one left, so I nicked that one too.
"There was also a tin of Coke, but I thought I was pushing it slightly.
"I don't know how I was gonna sneak back into camp with a Coke-sized bulge in my trousers."
After being given his marching orders from the show, Moyles expressed his shock at being bested by one contestant in particular.
"I'm gutted that Matt Hancock is more popular than me," he said. "What the bejesus is going on? Why am I out and he's still in?"
It's a fair question, for while Moyles may not be the most popular chap in the world, Hancock was not expected to get as far as he has.
Indeed, the former health secretary himself is surprised he's still in there.
After Moyles was eliminated, Hancock told the Bush Telegraph on Friday (25 November): "We're so near the end and I'm delighted to be still here.
"I never thought I'd make it to the final five and here I am, so I'm very grateful."
The 44-year-old is the MP for West Suffolk and has faced criticism from opposition politicians, from within his own party and had the Tory whip suspended for joining the reality show at a time when Parliament is sitting.
He's now in the final four of the show, after comedian Seann Walsh became the seventh celebrity to be eliminated from the show.
After his exit, the 36-year-old told hosts Ant and Dec that the former health secretary is a 'lovely guy' and 'he's still in there for a reason'.
"No one was expecting Matt Hancock to be there," he added.
Walsh and Hancock entered the Australian jungle together as they joined as undercover moles after the other celebrities had arrived.
They then had to undertake a series of missions in secret before revealing they were the moles to the other campmates, earning them treats.
Hancock is now in the final four alongside Mike Tindall, Jill Scott and Owen Warner.Featured Image Credit: Radio X / ITV