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I’m A Celebrity’s Shane Richie insists he’s not the ‘phantom dribbler’ weeing on the seat as fed-up stars blame him

I'M A Celebrity's Shane Richie was adamant he's not the "phantom dribbler" who has been weeing on the toilet seat in camp.

The stars have become increasingly frustrated by a mystery person covering the privy in urine, and tonight all fingers pointed to actor Shane.

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Vernon told viewers in the Telegraph: “We have a phantom dribbler in camp and someone has been sprinkling when they tinkle and it’s caused quite a stir.”

All the boys distanced themselves from the unpleasant leak, with Shane saying he'd found the seat was wet when he went to relive himself.

Jordan North joked it had to be the actor, prompting Shane to admit he's had a dodgy belly that's forced him to do sit down wees.

He said: “I’ve had a dodgy stomach and the last thing anyone will do is stand when they go to the toilet.”

Victoria Derbyshire then revealed said she’d been to the privy after Shane and noticed the floor was wet. 

An unhappy Shane confronted her about her accusation and pleaded his innocence.

Talking about the mystery, Vernon said in the Telegraph: “It is a bit awkward, how do you teach people over 25 years old how to pee.”

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