Sophie Monk Leaves Viewers Stunned As She Reveals Her Bizarre Office Toilet Ritual: ‘I Don’t Want To Be Judged’
TV presenter Sophie Monk has revealed she’s been keeping a bizarre office lunch ritual a secret.
When it comes to preparing one of her favorite meals — tuna and salad — the 43-year-old blonde beauty says she uses the bathroom as a kitchenette to trap the smell of the notoriously smelly dish.
Sophie talked about her weird habit during an appearance on Channel Nine’s The Hundred with Andy Lee this week.
The panel, including Sophie, responded to a statistic that said half of the Australian population thought tuna at work was a no-no.
Sophie said she prepared her lunch in the toilet because she was afraid of being judged.
Sophie Monk has revealed she’s been keeping a bizarre office lunch ritual a secret. The TV presenter says she prepares her tuna salad in the toilet when she’s at the office
Sophie opened up about her weird habit this week during an appearance on Channel Nine’s The Hundred with Andy Lee
“I must admit I love tuna and salad, but I go to the bathroom and open it (the tuna), mix it in and go back,” she said during the clip.
As she made the confession, the live studio audience could be heard panting loudly.
“Why does everyone say ‘ooh'”, a confused Sophie asked.
She then continued, “Well, I care what people think, and you’re rated a tuna opener.”
Co-panelist, comedian Dave Thornton, then quipped, “Imagine people walking past that toilet cubicle and asking, ‘What’s happening?'”
According to statistics collected by The Hundred, 53 percent of Australians think tuna is not suitable for consumption at lunchtime at work.
The frugal choice of food was dismissed by the respondents as ‘smelly’ and ‘anti-social’.
The panel, including Sophie, responded to a statistic that said half of the Australian population thought tuna at work was a no-no (photo, Sophie with co-panelist Dave Thornton)
According to statistics collected by The Hundred, 53 percent of Australians think tuna at lunchtime is not suitable for consumption at work
Regular guest Nazeem Hussain also appeared on the panel this week.
The format of The Hundred revolves around host Andy Lee posing questions to three guest panelists trying to guess how well they ‘know’ Australia.
The Hundred are 100 Australians, chosen to represent Australia’s demographic makeup, who join via zoom from across the country and appear on a giant screen.
The 100 are polled live to provide a statistical picture of the country as the three panelists analyze the question and share their own experiences.