BURNLEY BBC Radio 1 presenter, Jordan North, received a shock on Friday when he was greeted by naked butlers.

Appearing on ITV’s This Morning on May 6, Jordan was being interviewed on the show about the live tour of his podcast, Help I Sexted My Boss, which he hosts with William Hanson.

The theme of the tour is essentially William’s stag do – something which the etiquette expert despises and said he would never go on.

On the show, William said: “This tour is my stag do - I’ve never been on a stag do, I hate stag dos.

Jordan said: “I reckon I am a stag do expert – I have been on many, I’ve organised many, so this whole tour, the premise of it, is to take William on nine stag dos across the UK.”

However, little did Jordan and William know that presenters, Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary had organised an early stag surprise for them.

Dermot said: “After speaking to Jordan about it… we’ve decided to give you a very sophisticated much more classy send off – come in boys!”

Two naked men, wearing only an apron, entered the set leaving Jordan in hysterics and William looking less than pleased.

Lancashire Telegraph: Jordan North and William Hanson were surprised by naked butlers on This Morning. (Photo: ITV)Jordan North and William Hanson were surprised by naked butlers on This Morning. (Photo: ITV)

“They’re actually in the buff,” Jordan said

William said: “This is my idea of hell”

After the show aired, many people took to social media to comment on the surprise.

One person said: “Brilliant TV entertainment.”

Another said: “You need to be switched off. Bare bottoms not for morning shows”

A third said: “I’ve just laughed out loud watching this. Love Jordan North, his sense of humour so funny.

“This has made my morning," said another.

In Help I Sexted My Boss, Jordan and William attempt to solve the nations problems and dilemmas – not matter how big or small.

The podcast tour kicks off this weekend (6 May) until July.

Here is a full list of dates and locations of the tour:

  • Dublin Sugar Club, 6 May
  • Belfast Empire Theatre, 8 May
  • Birmingham Town Hall, 17 June
  • Salford Lowry, 18 June
  • Edinburgh Queen’s Hall, 19 June
  • Nottingham Playhouse, 1 July
  • Leeds O2 Academy, 2 July
  • Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House, 3 July
  • London Shepherd's Bush Empire, 8 July