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Freddie Has The Last Laugh Over Wind-up

Most the group were in on another 'Freddie wind-up' tonight, but the eccentric entrepreneur had the last laugh, literally.

Charlie, Kris and Lisa roped Rodrigo into staging a ruck about the tokens, and it all started when Freddie thought that one had been redeemed without a group discussion.

Of course, no tokens had actually been redeemed, but it didn't stop Fred getting wound-up and shouting in Sree's ear that he wanted hot water and not booze.

There's was lots of confusion and housemates talking over one another as the ruse progressed, with Charlie demonstrating terrible acting skills in trying to pretend he was stressed because he wanted hot water to wash his hair.

Rodders then followed Charlie into the bedroom for a pretend slanging match, which quickly turned into mock fight between the pair. And, just as his peers had predicted, peace-loving Freddie got involved by putting himself right in the middle of the apparent bust-up.

At first, Freddie looked concerned with the proceedings, but he soon realised it was a joke and ran out-of the room smiling as he grabbed hold of Charlie. The posh entrepreneur then laughed along with everyone else and it was a brilliant reaction on his part, making it all a bit of fun rather than a case of bullying.

Alone in the kitchen afterwards, the 24-year-old chuckled to himself about the wind-up.

So, this time at least, Halfwit quite literally had the last laugh on his peers!

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