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Rat Spotted In Big Brother House

No, we’re not referring to the return of BB1’s ‘Nasty Nick’ Bateman, but rather to the fact that the housemates saw a huge rat in the garden tonight!

As Rob, Craig, Max, Ant and Vanessa sat chatting in the lounge approaching 4am, Anthony suddenly jumped up and claimed that he’d seen a rabbit in the garden.

However, as the five headed outside to check it out, they deduced that it was more than likely a rat, especially as the discarded bin bags lying on the ground had been chewed.

As Craig leaned over and inspected the full bags, joker Maxwell shouted abruptly, "RAT!" which made the gay Norfolk lad jump!

Back inside, Rob decided to play his own prank on Vanessa and made-out that he had a rat in his hand, throwing what turned-out to be a feather towards the concerned female.

This totally freaked her out and she promptly hurdled over the sofa and legged it out of the room, spilling her drink everywhere in the process.

The lads all cracked-up, but the smile was soon wiped off their faces when they realised that there was indeed a huge rat rifling through their rubbish.

But Ant’s suggestion to catch it and play 'rodent football' didn’t exactly fit well with the programme maker’s commitment, that no animals should be harmed in the making of the show!

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