Larry Lamb accused of bullying Martin Roberts on I'm A Celebrity

Actor Larry Lamb has been accused of bullying in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! camp after he hit out at Homes Under The Hammer host Martin Roberts.

Martin – who has divided viewers since he joined the show a week after the rest of the celebrities – was told to “pipe down” by Larry after he suggested straws were drawn to determine who took on the latest Bushtucker Trial.

Larry said: “Everyone assumes a role in it and your tendency, if I may say… You go wallop in like that. The thing that pisses me off is someone saying ‘I’ll do that, I’ll do that’, just pipe down.”

Martin took the criticism well and said: “Well thank you for sharing that with me, let’s hope I become a better human being as a result.”

But viewers thought Larry went overboard with his criticism and called his outburst “bullying”.

People were surprised to see the normally calm Larry go off at Martin.

However, some viewers thought Martin had it coming.

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