Coronation Street's Daniel Brocklebank leaves fans open-mouthed with unfortunate wardrobe malfunction

CORONATION Street's Daniel Brocklebank left fans open-mouth when he revealed his unfortunate wardrobe malfunction.

The actor, 41 – who plays vicar Billy Mayhew on the ITV soap – exposed his huge mistake with an Instagram picture on Thursday.


The photo shows Daniel sitting in a blue T-shirt and matching baseball cap.

However, his legs spread apart, he has a huge hole in his blue jeans – right in the crotch, revealing his red pants underneath.

He captioned the pic: "My life summed up in a picture."

His former co-star Katie McGlynn said: "I can’t cope 😂👏👏"

While one fan said: "Your kiwi is showing! 🥝"

And another added: "Ooooh Vicar 😮"

It seems tight trousers for Weatherfield's vicar – as pics of him in his outfit caused an unholy stir with fans.

The actor was out on location filming upcoming funeral scenes.

Dan posted a picture to his Instagram page with the caption: "Billy did some vicaring today!

"Amazing to finally be on location! @coronationstreet."

The image showed the vicar dressed in all black suggesting he was officiating the funeral.

But it was another detail entirely that sent social media into a spin, with Billy's tight trousers prompting a flurry of comments.

“Nice tight pants,” one fan said.

Another joked: “Those are pretty tight pants for a vicar!"

A third said: “Not sure where to look.”

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It comes after the ITV cast were spotted filming fan-favourite Norris Cole's funeral this month.

Characters including Ken Barlow, played by Bill Roache, Gail Patt, Helen Worth, and his on-screen ex-wife Mary Taylor, actress Patti Clare, were in attendance.

Actor Malcolm Hebden has been on the soap for 27 years but quit back in January.

A soap insider revealed: “When Malcolm left the soap he made it clear he would not be returning and bosses took the decision to write him out.

“Norris was a huge character for Coronation Street and his funeral will be filled with fun and laughter as well as tears.

“Make no doubt about it, this will be a celebration of all of the best moments Norris had on the cobbles.

“But given his influence and how much he was loved, it is going to be an emotional watch.”

Talking about his decision to step away from the cobbles, Malcolm told The Sun back in January: “I absolutely adored playing Norris and I was pleased to be able to return briefly after my operation.

“It took a great deal of courage to make the decision to retire.

“But I had come to realise that although the mind was willing the body was not so much.”

At the time Corrie boss Ian MacLeod added: “Norris became an all-time great character, whose lemon-lipped barbs will be remembered forever.

“But, in his brilliant double acts with Emily, Rita and more recently Mary, Malcolm has left us with countless fantastic memories.”

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