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Toilet humor! Australian stars of The Project were left horrified by an ‘eco friendly’ segment on British breakfast TV


The stars of Australian current affairs show The Project were less than impressed with the moment, which aired on breakfast TV in the UK.

During Monday’s episode, the cast watched a clip from Britain’s This Morning, in which the presenters were shown a roll of reusable toilet paper.

Retailing at £17.98 (AUD$35) for a two-roll pack, the cloth pieces have been touted as an eco-friendly solution.

The cloths are used, then placed in a container of baking soda before being washed to clean and reuse.

They were touted as «especially good for kids» because number two «kids» aren’t as bad as adults.

The stars of Australian current affairs show The Project were less than impressed with the moment, which aired on breakfast TV in the UK. Pictured is Sarah Harris

During Monday's episode, the cast watched a clip from Britain's This Morning, in which the presenters were shown a roll of reusable toilet paper.

During Monday’s episode, the cast watched a clip from Britain’s This Morning, in which the presenters were shown a roll of reusable toilet paper.

The reusable toilet roll spooked both ITV presenters Ben Shephard and Cat Deeley, who looked visibly stunned, and the cast of The Project in Australia.

«Oh boy, now you’ve got to separate your colors, white a*s,» joked comedian Sam Taunton.

«Why aren’t they all just brown, why are they different colors?» asked his co-host Sarah Harris.

The cast of the project were on display in the segment, but co-host Steve Price was not amused, demanding: ‘Can we go on?’

Retailing at £17.98 (AUD$35) for a two-roll pack, the cloth pieces have been touted as an eco-friendly solution.

Retailing at £17.98 (AUD$35) for a two-roll pack, the cloth pieces have been touted as an eco-friendly solution.

Cloths are used, then placed in a container of baking soda before washing to clean and reuse

Cloths are used, then placed in a container of baking soda before washing to clean and reuse

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The reusable toilet roll spooked both ITV presenters Ben Shephard and Cat Deeley (pictured), who looked visibly stunned, and the cast of The Project back in Australia.

The reusable toilet roll spooked both ITV presenters Ben Shephard and Cat Deeley (pictured), who looked visibly stunned, and the cast of The Project back in Australia.

The cast of the project were on display in the segment, but co-host Steve Price (pictured) was not amused, demanding: 'Can we go on?'

The cast of the project were on display in the segment, but co-host Steve Price (pictured) was not amused, demanding: ‘Can we go on?’

Several businesses offer reusable toilet paper, including Australian brand Earths Tribe, whose Family Cloth rolls sell for $35 for a pack of 20.

Even the toilet paper seems unimpressed with This Morning viewers.

One person on YouTube commented: “Get a bidet, they’re all over Europe. No cloth please’.

Another said: ‘Surely you would at least brown it if you had to make this product! Hide blemishes?’

Another chimed in: «Reusability will drive the world crazy.»

However, some believed that the solution could work well.

«I’ve used the sock before and washed it well lol,» offered one viewer.

«Oh boy now you’ve got to separate your colours, your white a*s,» joked comedian Sam Taunton (pictured)



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