Vincent in a wee bit of trouble on Celebrity camp

Vincent in a wee bit of trouble on Celebrity camp

Vincent Simone caused a stink after his fellow contestants in I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! discovered he was urinating near the camp because he was too scared to go to the loo in the dark.

Vincent in a wee bit of trouble on Celebrity campLucy's not happy with Vincent's night-time toilet breaks.

Former EastEnder Laila Morse told the camp the former Strictly dancer told her he was “too frightened to go up there”.

Simone was told off by Emmerdale star Lucy Pargeter, who said she did not care if he was scared.

She told him: “No, no, no, you can’t wee in camp. Would you wee in your house apart from in your toilet?”

Vincent's been a naughty boy.

Morse suggested he could wake her up if he needed someone to carry his lantern to the loo, but campmate Annabel Giles said she would not “take kindly” to that.

She said: “Perhaps he might like to grow up, take responsibility and find the dunny just like the rest of us have to do in the middle of the night. God help him if he wakes me up.”

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