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Think You've Had Bad Dates? How About This Wardrobe Malfunction On 'First Dates'?

Stewart Perrie

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Think You've Had Bad Dates? How About This Wardrobe Malfunction On 'First Dates'?

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4 / First Dates

First dates are usually an awkward affair, but blind dates are even more challenging as you have no idea what the person is like. On some occasions, however, they can be absolute treasure troves of golden moments.

One of those was when Lucy met Caroline on Channel 4's First Dates. The 28-year-old woman from Berkshire described herself as part-time nanny, part-time weightlifter. Things got interesting when she told the barman that despite her four-foot 11-inch frame, she packed some serious muscle.

Lucy and Caroline then appeared to hit it off when they were first introduced. Caroline gushed about how much she liked the name Lucy and how lovely she looked.

But it was when they both realised they have a talent for being stronger than they look that the date got awkward. Check it out here:

As Caroline tried to lift Lucy up, the strap on her top broke and she had to awkwardly hold it. Luckily Maitre d' Fred Sirieix was quick to remedy the situation with some black duct tape.

While it wasn't a permanent fix, it meant Caroline wasn't flashing everyone at the restaurant.

It seemed as if everything went according to plan and the pair left to get a drink.

While the viewers are usually treated to short-term updates about how the dates go, we never get any information about whether they last.

Well, the inaugural First Dates UK baby has been born. Aarron Stewart and Ibiba Mudada appeared on the show last year and fell for each other hard.

Abiba has told the Daily Mail: "It's true that our meeting and the speed with which we've started a family is certainly far from traditional.

"And it is hardly ideal to do everything so fast. But that is the nature of modern Britain. Things move at a much faster pace these days."

Sirieix has told the Sun: "The baby is such amazing news! She's healthy and happy and she is the most beautiful baby girl.

"What makes it even more special is that we were able to be a part of it and help make it happen!"

Stewart Perrie
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