Inbetweeners complete Rude Road Trip
Friday 21 January 2011
The 'Inbetweeners' boys completed their Rude Road Trip yesterday afternoon.
After spending more than 50 hours travelling around some of the sauciest streets in Britain to raise money for Comic Relief, the foursome - actors Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley and Blake Harrison - beat their target and sampled the delights of 52 lewd locations in the UK.
The likes of Bush Lane, Twatley and Bell End were all visited by the lads on their two-day mission, with lunch at Sally Pussy's Inn causing much amusement among the group.
After reaching their final destination Cock Lane, the boys - who play unlucky in love teens Will McKenzie, Simon Cooper, Jay Cartwright and Neil Sutherland in the Channel 4 comedy - found they had been joined by their fictional Head of 6th Form, Greg Davis, who later broke their trusted Fiat car.
Joe explained: "We've been as far as Hawes Lane in West Bromwich, but Adam's Bottom is definitely our funniest place. The car held up right to the end until Greg climbed in and broke it!"
However, it wasn't all plain sailing for the boys, who were forced to split into two teams in order to reach their target by the end of the day.
Simon added: "We really under estimated how difficult this challenge was going to be, we didn't think we were going to make it but we pulled it out of the bag on the day. Having completed the challenge we feel on top of the world."
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