Naked Attraction viewers stood open-mouthed as contestants were forced to perform a seriously embarrassing challenge

NAKED Attraction viewers were left open-mouthed after the contestants were forced to perform a seriously embarrassing challenge.

The Channel 4 show was back on our screens on Thursday night with dog handler Nico hoping to find her perfect partner.

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Naked attraction viewers were left open-mouthed after participants were forced to perform a seriously embarrassing challenge
The participants had to walk an imaginary dog

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The participants had to walk an imaginary dog

When her potential matches were revealed in their colored boxes, host Anna Richardson asked them to participate in a bizarre challenge.

Anna asked them to walk imaginary dogs in honor of Nico’s profession, complete with leashes.

They also had to dance and show off their best moves to try and impress dog lover Nico.

Naked Attraction viewers were stunned by the moment, with one writing on Twitter: “There’s sexy, then there’s weird, then there’s just wrong!”

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Another said: “What the hell?”

In the end, she chose Gemma as her lover.

However, Gemma shocked viewers during her date when she showed her “party trick”.

In the middle of a restaurant she stood up, put her hands in her top and clapped loudly in her breasts.

On Twitter, one shocked viewer wrote: “Did that woman er… did that woman get up in the middle of a restaurant and smash her tits?”

A second added: “Other drinkers watch her ‘t** clap’ in the bar…”

A third asked, “How on earth is there another Naked Attraction series. This show is mental! How can these people go back to their day jobs after doing this?”

Viewers couldn't believe the challenge the naked women faced

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Viewers couldn’t believe the challenge the naked women faced

Naked Attraction airs every Thursday at 10pm on Channel 4.

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