Mark Charnock, who is best known for his role as Marlon Dingle in the ITV soap opera Emmerdale, has a very red face after a mishap on a silent train car.
After he made a mistake that exposed a silent train carriage full of passengers to a barrage of loud profanities, Emmerdale actor Mark Charnock was left cringing.
In front of his 188,500 followers, the 54-year-old Marlon Dingle actor decided to share the embarrassing story today.
The hilarious incident, which the ITV soap star described this afternoon, had his fans in stitches.
“You know that thing when you go on Instagram while in a silent train carriage and accidentally tap unmute on an edit of Succession cast members screaming the f-word repeatedly at full volume and you can’t make it stop?” he wrote. Yeah? Okay, THAT. (sic)
Succession, an HBO series created by Jesse Armstong that frequently uses strong language due to the obnoxious Roy family at its core, recently finished its final season.
Mark’s fans discussed the star’s rather embarrassing error in the comments section.
“Mark Charnock’s How to Lose Friends and Irritate People” Ruth wrote with an emoji of laughter.
Hang your head in shame,” Lesley wrote along with a string of laughing emojis. “Bet it brought a smile to everyone’s face,” she added.
While Dawn noted that it “could have been worse if it had been someone in a love scene and their heavy breathing was being done at full volume.” (sic)
Duncan used the hash tag “#TwoHoursAgo” to say, “I’ll swap the man-spreading guy, snoring next to me with a disruptive, sweary Charnock any day,” which prompted Mark to say, “Oh. Dear. God.” (sic)
Lesley acknowledged: “Yeah did that in the library once oops.” Other fans reassured Mark that he is not the first person to make that error. (sic)
“I did this, but it was a clip from a documentary about a boy with Tourettes,” Nicky continued.
“I had earphones in, so I didn’t realize the whole train could hear, but I suddenly looked up and EVERYONE was looking at me, thankfully laughing,” the passenger said. (sic)
Along with producing an annual Zombie Film Festival in the Leeds Cottage Road Cinema with co-star Dominic Brunt, who plays Paddy Kirk, Mark has been a cast member of Emmerdale since 1996.
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