TV Contestant Labelled “Worst Ever” & “Moron” After Mega On-Air Balls Up

TV Contestant Labelled “Worst Ever” & “Moron” After Mega On-Air Balls Up

A contestant named Kevin has made an utter tit of himself on a recent episode of the US version of Wheel of Fortune after botching a seemingly simple answer.

Poor Kev just had to nail the ‘M’ in the line ‘A STREETCAR NA-ED DESIRE’.

However, Kev clearly didn’t know his Tennessee Williams (or has a very dirty mind) and instead of “named” he went for “naked” instead, answering with a ‘K’.

Check out Kev’s embarrassment here:

After Kev failed, the show’s host, Pat Sajak, passed to another contestant who answered correctly. “Although you got the right answer I’d rather see Kevin’s play,” the host quipped to the contestant with the right answer.

And, predictably, Twitter’s had a field day.

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