Homes Under the Hammer host Martin Roberts has shared the freakiest thing he’s witnessed whilst viewing a house.
In the 18 years that he’s hosted the BBC One programme, 56-year-old Martin has seen his fair share of auction houses.
But one kitchen, in particular, has stuck with him all these years – and for good reason.
As part of his weekly Twitter Q&A ‘Ask Martin Monday,’ fans are given the chance to ask Martin “absolutely anything.”
The host was quickly inundated with numerous property questions, with one fan’s query receiving an odd answer.
One viewer of the show was curious as to what the strangest thing Martin had seen in a house that was going to auction.
In response to the question, Martin said: “I think a rabbit hutch built into the kitchen cabinets.
“That was a bit freaky.”
He also revealed his favourite part of presenting the show.
Another fan asked Martin what the best part of hosting the show alongside Dion Dublin, Martel Maxwell as well as Jacqui Joseph and Tommy Walsh was, to which he shared his top three.
He responded: “Seeing the properties & meeting the people & hopefully inspiring a few.”
Someone else wondered whether he or the rest of the presenter’s had any input to which properties are featured on the show, but Martin said this was the production team’s job.
But not all of the questions were related to the programme, as one person gave him the ultimatum: “Corned beef or Spam?”
Martin then replied: “Corned Beef, but fired. If you haven’t tried it, it’s delicious and changes it completely.”
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