Adrian Chiles shares ‘horror’ after spotting ‘naked lookalikes’ on OnlyFans

Adrian Chiles has shared his “horror” after learning he has a “naked double” on OnlyFans.

A recent cover of Sunday sport The newspaper reported on a social worker named Mike who claims to make a living by posing as Chileans on the paid content website often used by sex workers.

Mike claims he was paid to strip naked while reading the weekend’s football scores and was offered £500 to read Chile’s Guardian Crack while masturbating.

Write in this column in The guardthe previous The One Show The host said he was sent the cover online and described how “the images showed an almost naked man with parts covered”.

“He looked a bit like me,” Chiles wrote. “I carefully expanded the image so I could read the text. As soon as I got the gist of the story, I recoiled in horror and pinched the page down again so I couldn’t read any more. I had seen as much as I could bear for a moment.

“After a few deep breaths—long exhales, short inhales, as mindfulness manuals suggest—I turned the screen larger again. I could only bear to read it one paragraph at a time. Look quickly, zoom out again, take a deep breath, expand again, read, zoom out and so on.”

One claim that horrified Chiles was that he had fetishists called “Chillies” who would first make “vanilla” requests to Mike before moving on to the “hard stuff.”

(Getty Images)

“He gets paid more to do what he said when he read my column than I got for writing it,” Chiles, 55, wrote. “What will become of the world? Who are these chilies anyway?

“It must say something terrible about me that I can’t shake a strong sense of pride. I attribute this to an innate lack of self-esteem mixed in a heady cocktail of twisted vanity. If I found out that the story is entirely made up, I’d be relieved, but also a little disappointed.

“Gosh, Mike could make a pretty penny by reading this column Naked Out Loud, in which I write about him reading my column Naked Out Loud. My head hurts,” he concluded.

Last year, Chiles opened up about his drinking habits, revealing he had managed to cut his drinking down from 100 units a week.

He enjoyed professional success thanks to TV shows including The apprentice: You’re fired!, The One Show, breaking Dawn and football coverage on ITV Sport, as well as numerous radio appearances including Radio 5 Live.

But then, aware of how much he was drinking, he focused on himself for a 2018 BBC documentary drinkers like me to test how his regular drinking affects his health. He discovered he was drinking up to 100 units a week, and a doctor told him he was showing signs of liver damage.

Today he says he drinks between 20 and 30 units a week, still more than the recommended 14 but a lot less than before. These days he drinks half a pint of shandy (but with soda water instead of lemonade) and alternates his drinks with glasses of water.

“Non-alcoholic draft beer in pubs is a game changer because it’s on par with other beers,” he said. “When you hold a pint of this, you look and feel the same as everyone else.” Adrian Chiles shares ‘horror’ after spotting ‘naked lookalikes’ on OnlyFans

Skyred is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button