The Chase viewers were left stunned on Monday (September 18) after a contestant revealed he has a very famous father.
Appearing on the ITV game show, biology teacher Peter from Manchester revealed to host Bradley Walsh that his teaching techniques come from his dad.
When Bradley asked: "Are you one of these teachers that dresses up?" Peter replied: "If I'm bored, I start to do different accents and things.
"That's the essence of teaching though, keeping everyone engaged... I think that's the way to do it?"
He added: "Well, I had a good teacher myself. My dad was a pretty good teacher. He didn't teach but he coached a lot of football.
"Norbert Peter Stiles."
And you can see the resemblance...
In case you didn't know, Peter's dad, most commonly known as Nobby Stiles, was one of the legendary footballers who helped England lift the World Cup back in 1966 (the only time the country has ever won) after beating West Germany 4-2 in the final.
Open-mouthed, Bradley said: "No! How about that?
"The unsung hero of that World Cup. I could talk for ages about your dad. However, this is you and this is now."
And The Chase viewers were left shocked too – taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: "Bloody ell, Nobby stiles son," while someone else said: "Wait, What? Nobby Stiles is his dad?"
Wait, What? Nobby Stiles is his dad? #TheChase- Shaq✌]]>🏻