Naked Attraction's Anna Richardson announces oldest player yet – a 75-year-old bisexual with intimate piercing

Naked Attraction's Anna Richardson announces oldest player yet – a 75-year-old bisexual with intimate piercing

04/09/2021

NAKED Attraction's Anna Richardson prepares to welcome the oldest player yet – a 75-year-old bisexual with an intimate piercing.

Widower Ian is set to appear on the upcoming series and will leave viewers stunned when he drops his pants.

The 50-year-old presenter has opened up about the oldest contestant to date.

She revealed that the contestant realised that he was "bi-curious in his twilight years".

Anna told OK!: "He was married for decades, but is now sadly a widower who has realised he might like to try it with the fellas.

"Ian is really interesting. He comes across as this chap who is on the parish council, he does the gardens round the church.

"Then he whips his kit off and he has this massive 8mm Prince Albert piercing in his willy and is well up for exploring his sexuality."

It comes after Anna recently revealed that a male contestant had to be marched off set for getting "over excited".

The telly star made the admission in a podcast, saying the chap was too aroused by the mere thought of seeing a nude woman

Anna said the fella had to be taken away by a floor manager to 'calm down' before returning to his pink pod a short while later.

The presenter told the Andy Jaye podcast: "We did have a couple of seasons ago…there was a young man who I think might have been in the pink pod.

"He was getting a little bit excited about what was about to happen.

"Our lovely floor manager, Dave the floor manager, had to go ‘come on’ and just had to escort him off the floor for a little while, just to calm down.

"And then he was brought back onto set. It all happens. Boys being boys – you can’t control your anatomy can you.

"So there’s been a little bit of excitement."

Naked Attraction sees singles gradually unveiling six potential dates, who are all stood naked in individual, coloured pods.

The contestant gradually bins off the people they don't like the look of, before ending up with two suiters.

Their faces are the last to be unveiled, before the constant picks their favourite of the two to go on a date with.

The Channel 4 programme first hit TV screens in 2016, with the most recent series airing last summer.

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