BBC's Martin Roberts 'racked with guilt' as he asks for help

Martin filmed a video for his many followers on Tuesday
-Credit: (Image: Instagram/Martin Roberts)


Martin Roberts has said he is "racked with guilt" amid a "crisis", and has asked his many social media followers for their help.

The BBC Homes Under the Hammer star, 60, often shares updates on Instagram and on Tuesday afternoon he uploaded a new video. Filming from what appears to be his car, Martin made a confession.

He told his 29,000 followers: "You've got to help me. I'm racked with guilt. You know when you go to Subway and you've got the option of a six inch or a footlong?

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"So I went for the footlong and I asked them to chop it in two, I was thinking I'll save the other bit until later. It was a tuna and cheese melt, doesn't get any better than that.

"Anyway, I ate the first one, and because it was so nice I've just eaten the second one as well. So I've eaten two six inch subs.

"My big question is, is this worse than eating an entire Domino's Mighty Meaty? The big one. Just tell me, and tell me if I'm really bad. Should I have saved the other one until later?

"Anyway, I hope you're having a good day". He captioned the post: "Crisis in camp".

Martin's fans clearly found the post amusing, as Amanda said: "Nope, absolve yourself of guilt and go back for a cookie", to which Martin replied: "I ate the cookie too". Cally said: "You enjoyed it's that it!"

J said: "Everything sounds great apart from the tuna bit" and Cindy said: "Life's too short".

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