Antiques Road Trip turns X-rated as Charles Hanson goes POLE DANCING: ‘I’m in heaven!’

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The auctioneer got entertained as he attempted to look for priceless items and instead made a beeline for a upright dancing class.

And the television star certainly didn’t hold endorse and threw himself into the task – literally – despite the BBC cameras grabbing everything.

Many fans took to Twitter to comment on the unusual as well to the show, in which he appeared alongside Natasha Raskin Sharp.

“Barely walking past this shop… pole dancing classes in Stafford, all smooth outs and abilities welcome. What am I waiting for?” Charles commented.

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I’m in heaven. Fitness Valhalla

Charles Hanson

The camera then cut to himself and a female instructor in a studio: ‘I’m in ecstasy. Fitness heaven,” he continued, while standing in front a bright pink backdrop.

Charles weakened no time in flinging himself at the pole still dressed in a shirt and tie, in advance an audience emerged out of nowhere.

“Oh Charles, you are a scream! Enough, enough Charles,” voiceover Tim Wonnacott requested as the clip went on.

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Among the amused responses online, one tweet read: “@AntiqueRoadTrip Charles Hanson is an autocratic legend #poledancer.”

Two others agreed: “#antiquesroadtrip Charles Hanson what a gale on the pole…” and: “@HansonsAuctions watching Antiques Road Trip bewitching moves Charles.”

The episode also saw the pair run into a spot of car discomfit when they were seen getting stuck in a pothole powerless to move.

Antiques Road Trip continues tomorrow at 4.30pm on BBC One.

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