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ITV The Chase fans fume after doctor makes huge error on medical question

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The Chase viewers were absolutely gobsmacked this week, when a doctor competing on the show made a major mistake on a medical question during the ITV quiz show.In a nail-biting repeat episode, four brave contestants went head-to-head with Shaun Wallace, also known as The Dark Destroyer, all hoping to bag a hefty sum.

Lloyd from Hertfordshire was first in line, but his cash builder round was less than stellar. His one-on-one with Shaun started with a question about what a Tachograph is used for and where you'd typically find one.

Puzzled by the question, Lloyd quickly answered "hospital" but was sadly way off the mark as a tachograph was revealed to a be a tool found in lorries to record the driving times and rest periods taken by the driver of a heavy vehicle.

Although it was a forgivable mistake to be made by someone with little experience of lorries, or indeed, his own answer of hospitals, to viewers' shock, fellow contestant Hashim, a doctor from Stockport, actually seemed to agree with the wrong answer before realising his blunder!

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