Deal or No Deal fans wet themselves as OAP star makes raunchy remark to banker

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    Fans of ITV's Deal or No Deal were sent into a meltdown during the latest episode after a 81-year-old contestant made a rather rude request to the banker.

    During Friday's instalment (November 24), it was Sylivia's turn to step into the hot seat and hopefully win a huge wad of cash. Before the game kicked off, presenter Stephen Mulhern asked Sylvia about her life and the energetic player couldn't wait to provide Stephen and viewers about her dating history as well as talking about her teeth.

    But during the game, Sylvia knew no bounds when talking to the infamous banker, which left host Stephen redfaced. While Stephen was on the phone to the banker trying to secure her a good deal, Syliva quipped: "I can't bite you, but I can suck you to death!"

    Hearing Sylvia's frank expression, viewers at home headed straight to X formerly known as Twitter to share their thoughts. One fan penned: "I've just wet myself!"

    Another said: "'I can't bite you, but I can suck you to death'. Steady on Sylvia, you haven't met him yet."

    A third said: "'I can't bite you but I can suck you to death'. Things I never thought I'd hear an 81-year-old granny say on #dealornodeal."

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