ITV's In For A Penny host Stephen Mulhern was left red-faced when a contestant pointed out his flies were undone.
The TV star gave viewers their own unexpected surprise on the show last night.
The programme headed to cities across the country where the general public was able to take part in a series of games.
But Stephen was left embarrassed during one segment of the show when one woman pointed out that his flies were completely undone.
The star was playing a game titled 'Pedestrian Question' where people are asked a series of random and hilarious queries about Stephen.
For each question they got correct, they won £10 and could go home with up to £100 if they were able to guess all correctly.
However, before the game even got off to a flying start, one guest pointed out that the presenter's jeans were undone while hosting the show.
Stephen immediately looked down to his crotch and was red-faced at the awkward gaffe.
After gazing down at his trousers he quickly brushed the blunder off.
He told the contestant: "They're all laughing behind the cameras because they think I'm going to be embarrassed."
The presenter then pulled open his shirt to reveal his trousers more clearly in a Superman pose.
He then reached down to his zipper.
But instead of closing it, he pulled it down even more while he said: "Well do you know what?" before standing in front of the camera.
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But the contestant didn't seem that impressed as she looked on confused.
Stephen, a household name after appearing in shows like Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway worth £6.8m reportedly took home almost £1m in a year.
The magician and presenter's profits were revealed after his TV firm Blue Eye Productions recorded £829,009 profits last year.
The company's net worth sits at just under £4m, according to new accounts at Companies House.
Stephen also owns £2.9m worth of residential and buy-to-let property assets.
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