Social media has reacted brilliantly after a rather epic Come Dine With Me showdown on Tuesday night, which saw Peter Marsh labelled as the ‘rudest contestant to ever appear on the show.’

After learning that he had not won, Peter threw his toys out of the pram in quite the melodramatic fashion…

Come Dine With Me - Peter throws his toys out of the pram

Indeed, he went as far to accuse the winner/ nemesis of ‘sabotage.’

Uh Oh…

Viewers watching the Channel 4 series last night couldn’t believe their eyes after he ripped into fellow contestant Jane, after it was announced that she was the winner.

Following their dinners, Peter was upset, (to put it mildly), by the outcome and launched a rather bitter diatribe.

He fumed: “You ruined my night completely just so you could have the money. I hope now you will spend it on getting some lessons in grace and decorum because you have all the grace of a reversing dump trunk without any tyres on!”

Staring awkwardly at the ground, Charlotte timidly said to the other two contestants: “I don’t get it.”

The comment didn’t seem too sit well with her host, who then shouted: “Well you wouldn’t would you? Let’s be honest, there’s nobody in there, love.”

“So Jane, take your money and get off my property!”

Peter – The Man Behind The Wrath…

Peter W Marsh appeared in episode 1 of the 37th series of Come Dine With Me.

The description for the episode reads: “In East Oxfordshire, Charlotte hopes her ‘happy’ themed menu will make her guests smile.” Unfortunately, things later take a sour turn.

Moments after the outrage from viewers, Peter made his Twitter account private, but it is evident that he just loves to complain – a quick search reveals he only recently had a spat with retailer, Homebase.

He tweeted: “@Homebase_help shocking lack of service and product. Maybe I should go to @BandQ in future. They have stock and service at aylesbury!”

In response they replied: “@peterwmarsh Ohh noo that’s not a good selection, is it Peter? Can you let me know what store this is please?”

There are also posts to Pete from the likes of Tesco and Morrisons replying to his complaints about their products.

One tweet from Tesco in December reads: “Hi Peter, I’m sorry to hear that you aren’t happy with the quality of the Finest meal that you bought.”

Clearly his fellow contestants aren’t the only ones to feel his wrath.

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