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Naked Attraction Contestant Went On Because 'Spiteful Girls' Were Threatening To Leak His Nudes

Rebecca Shepherd

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Naked Attraction Contestant Went On Because 'Spiteful Girls' Were Threatening To Leak His Nudes

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4/Kennedy News and Media

A singleton admits he bared all on the first episode of Naked Attraction to outfox 'spiteful girls' that were 'threatening to leak his nude photos'. Here is a clip of him on the show:

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Rob Ross, from Southend-On-Sea, Essex, claims women began threatening to leak private pictures of him if dating hadn't ended well.

However the 31-year-old said that exposing his penis to 'eight million people' on the Channel 4 dating show back in 2016 was the perfect 'reverse Uno card' as it took away any power they had over him.

However Rob admits that his TV appearance was 'beneficial' for him in multiple ways, as it also boosted his confidence.

The security worker and professional dancer shared his shocking motive on TikTok, where hundreds of commenters congratulated him on his 'genius' move as a 'modern solution to a modern problem'.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Rob said: "People always asked me why I went on the show, and there were a couple of reasons. One was to improve my self-confidence, because I knew that if I could get naked on TV, I could conquer anything.

"The other reason is because there are some spiteful girls out there. When I started appearing on TV, they'd say stuff like 'I've got photos and stuff', if it didn't end on good terms.

"I thought 'Well, do your worst, because eight million people have seen my penis'. It doesn't matter, you can send it to anyone. It does benefit me in a way."

Rob explained that he wasn't sure whether the threats were said in the heat of the moment but added: "The only solution is to make a joke out of it. A lot of people on TikTok said 'That is a smart move'.

"They might have it on their phones, but it's on a TV screen. It's a reverse Uno card, that's the best way to describe it. I made a joke and a prat out of myself so nobody can say anything.

"If you nip it in the bud and take it as a joke, people know they'll have no ammunition to hit out at you."

Credit: Channel 4/Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Channel 4/Kennedy News and Media

Five years on, Rob still receives messages relating to his appearance. He explained: "The show is on Netflix now, and it's still showing, even though it's five years old. It was quite a big deal back then, with people appearing nude and all that.

"I still get people messaging 'I just saw your penis on TV!'. The show is still relevant today.

"At the time I wasn't too confident with my appearance, but going on the show was a good confidence boost. I'm a confident person generally, but not with stuff like that.

"I had good feedback, from people who said I helped motivate them to be confident with their bodies."

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Commenters commended Rob for his strategic thinking on social media with one writing: "Modern problems require modern solutions."

Another remarked: "Clever solution if you've had a pride bypass."

Someone else wrote: "Wow, that I was not expecting at 1am. What a power move though."

Topics: Naked Attraction, TV and Film

Rebecca Shepherd
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