COUNTRYFILE shocked viewers by filling their latest episode with a series of dogging themed innuednos.
The BBC1 pre-watershed programme, which aired on Sunday night, saw presenters Anita Rani, Matt Baker and International Sheep Dog Society member Andy Jackman drop a host of raunchy double-entendres during a One Man and His Dog 40th anniversary special.
During one segment which saw a farmer from the Cotswolds, Dick Roper, take to the field with his dog Will, viewers were left stunned by the commentators??cheeky comments.
At one point former Strictly star Anita, 38, quipped: ?쏡ick and his dogging could be tested to their limit.??/p>
While Andy later told viewers: ?쏡ick is known as lucky Dick????which left One Show host Matt, 38, in hysterics.
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And the local farm manager made references to ?쐂ogging??throughout the special episode, which saw shepherds and herding dogs from England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland competing against one another.
Early on in the episode Andy commented: ?쏦e?셲 done a very good job but unfortunately he should be dogging the two sheep not the three.??/p>
Droves of viewers took to Twitter after picking up on the puns.
John Fagg wrote: ??Countryfile One-eyed dick?lucky dick? dogging??? What am I watching here #rude #ooermissus??/p>
Trevor Branton added: ??innuendo of the week on #countryfile.??/p>
And a third, named Mary, commented: ?쐂ick is known as lucky dick??Pure filth on tonights #countryfile??/p>
While others admitted they had started to play ?쐇nnuendo bingo??while watching One Man and His Dog, which first aired in 1976.