HUNTED viewers were left in hysterics after an on-the-run pair in VERY rude location.
Monday night saw the second instalment of the sixth series of the Channel 4 show.
The episode got off to a good start for the hunters as they managed to capture two of the fugitives very early on.
As the search continued for the remaining nine, one of the searchers told Assistant chief constable of Cleveland Police Lisa Theaker that he managed to get access to Katie Taylor and Liam Torpey’s phones so that they could look at their digital footprint.
Shortly after footage of the pair reading a map in a field appeared on our screens.
Liam pointed at their location on the map, he said: “We are here, in B***hfield, so we want to get somewhere towards Devil’s A**e.”
A shocked Katie burst into laughter at the name.
Fans at home couldn’t believe their ears as Liam said a number of very cheeky locations.
One wrote on Twitter: “Is there really a place in the UK called B***hfield? #hunted.”
Another wrote: “An actual place called “B***hfield”
B***hfield is a village located in the county of Lincolnshire.
Hunted returned for its sixth series last night.
And for the first time ever in the programme’s history, the contestants must make their initial escape from an island.
They arrived on a deserted beach on the Isle of Wight with just a small amount of cash and a change of clothes.
Contestants taking part in this series include an ex-military veteran, a serving police officer and a couple who are “experienced urban explorers”.
In the opening episode, the fugitives arrived on a deserted beach with only a change of clothes and a small amount of cash.
They all successfully got back to mainland as quick as possible.
To win, the contestants must head to an extraction point, that will only become clear to them towards the end of the series.
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