Jeremy Kyle guest said the hymen is ‘a door God puts there’ and viewers couldn't deal
A religious guest on Jeremy Kyle has caused some hysterics with viewers (Picture: ITV)

A guest on Jeremy Kyle caused a wave of nationwide cereal splutters, after describing the hymen in a particularly holy way.

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Alan, a devout Mormon, appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show in a sharp suit with a cheerful smile and was quickly labelled the presenters’ ‘favourite guest ever’ after describing his turbulent relationship with wife Louise.

It was revealed his wife took back a previous confession that she’d had a three month affair before their wedding, but it wasn’t his reason for being on the show which caught viewers’ attention.

Nope, it was his description of a hymen as ‘the door god puts there so you know you’re not getting used goods.’

Yep, you heard that right.

The topic arose after Alan detailed how he believed Louise was a virgin when they first met, until he discovered ‘there was no hymen’.

Safe to say, the remark caused equal bewilderment and hysterics.

And there’s always one who takes it the extra mile.

We’re blaming Alan. This is all Alan’s doing.

It isn’t the only time recently a guest has caused bewildered hysterics, after someone ‘walked like a black slug’ causing confusion to everyone involved.

If you fancy catching more religious hymen metaphors, The Jeremy Kyle Show airs weekdays on ITV at 9.25pm.

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