Chase fans praise the Beast’s heartwarming gesture to partially blind contestant


Chase viewers praised hunter Mark Labbett, also known as The Beast, for his kind gesture as he took on a visually impaired competitor.

Fans were taken aback by the beast’s gentle gesture on a recent episode of the ITV quiz show where he turned a blind eye to make sure he was on a level playing field with his opponent.

Viewers were moved as the quiz master refused to look at his screen while answering his set of questions. This meant he wasn’t able to read ahead and had to trust them like she did.



The Chase impressed as Mark Labbett closes his eyes to visually impaired player

People were so impressed with the hunter’s actions that they took to social media to praise the genius of the quiz.

Speaking to Twitter, one fan wrote: “@MarkLabbett doesn’t watch questions against Annah. Touch of class.”

“@MarkLabbett kept our eyes closed on Annah’s questions – making it a level playing field with the consummate respect and integrity shown by The Beast,” added another.

Annah wowed viewers at home as she pocketed £ 7,000 from the Cash Generator, adding it to the group’s total.

“How Annah just went through that, I’ll never know. Unbelievable,” one The Chase fan wrote online.

Annah and her teammates Rachel and Dave even managed to beat The Beast in the final, taking home £ 15,000 between them.

It comes after host Bradley Walsh was driven hysterical with a “golden comedy” question on The Chase, which read: “What animal was said to have been used to lay cables around Buckingham Palace for the broadcast of the wedding of Charles and Diana? “

He couldn’t stop laughing and had to stop filming several times while he was composing.

Noticing the question later, he said, “It’s just getting better and better. It’s comedy gold, it’s comedy gold. It’s absolutely comedy gold. comedy. It’s definitely a show on its own that question. “

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