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Tony Adams and Katya Jones suffer hilarious wardrobe malfunction hours before live show

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Strictly Come Dancing, Arsenal legend Tony Adams, 55 and his professional partner Katya Jones, 33, took to social media to capture a wardrobe malfunction that left Tony’s legs exposed.

Practising their Samba to You Sexy Thing from cult classic film The Full Monty, Tony, who is dressed as a policeman, has poppers on his trousers, which have proved difficult to keep done up.Sharing a video with her 209,000 Instagram followers, Katya filmed the star having a break from rehearsals and sitting on a chair.As soon as he sat down in his costume, the poppers on his trousers unpopped, revealing his legs underneath.Thankfully, Tony was also wearing sports shorts which covered his modesty.In the video Tony is heard saying: “They popped as soon as I sat down,” which Katya immediately laughed at.Sharing another glimpse of their rehearsals, Katya once again filmed Tony, who sat in a chair in the rehearsal room.With the policeman’s hat over his face, Tony pretended to be asleep, loudly snoring.As part of the gag, Katya filmed herself walking over to a ‘sleeping’ Tony saying: “What if there was a murder on the dancefloor… and you missed it.”The professional dancer also playfully captioned the video: “Not the security anyone wants, or do we?” followed by a crazy face emoji.Tony and Katya have it all to play for as they go into week three of Strictly Come Dancing after finding themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard after the first two weeks.After his comical yet entertaining Charleston to My Old Man’s A Dustman, Tony scored an underwhelming 22 points out of 40, with judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Shirley Ballas scoring four, six, six and six respectively.Despite being bottom of the leaderboard, the public.

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