The Chasers Road Trip fans aghast as Mark Labbett calls agent amid diva strop

Stars of The Chase made their feelings about camping crystal clear on Thursday evening as they threw a diva stop on their way to a caravan site.

Quiz champions Anne Hegerty, Shaun Wallace and Mark Labbett have escaped The Chase studio for a three-part series in an attempt to discover if they really are as smart as they think.

The second episode of ITV spin-off show The Chasers Road Trip: Trains, Brains and Automobiles saw the the three titans of trivia take on children in a host of games.

After all three Chasers were beaten by their young rivals, they were taken to a glamping site.

As they pulled up at the camping and caravan site, Mark, aka The Beast, point blank refused to enter and therefore opted to call his agent.

Viewers were divided as the trio decided against spending the night under the stars.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Yep I would have called my agent too! I wouldn’t spend a night in that shat heap!"

A second person posted: "Nah I’ve always been a fan of the Chasers and loved the first episode but that was beyond rude and bratty."

While a third person added: "I wouldn’t want to camp on a farm either!"

A fourth viewer wrote: "Mark is so annoying. What a diva."

While on the phone to his agent, Mark said: "Hi David, they are trying to spring camping on us in a farm. We don't want to do this.

David replied: "Just make sure you use plenty of swear words so they can't use the footage", leading Mark to rant and demand to be "returned to civilisation".

The two then began chanting: "We shall, we shall not be moved."

Shaun, aka the Dark Destroyer, also demanded they turned the car around.

The barrister said: "There's no way I'm sleeping in a field, absolutely no chance.

"I'm a hotel geezer, fluffy pillows, running water, none of this glamping or clamping of whatever the trendy term they use for it is, I don't do it."

The Chasers Road Trip: Trains, Brains and Automobiles continues on ITV next Thursday at 9pm

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