GBBO contestant stormed out during filming
Northern Irish baker, Iain Watters reportedly stormed out of the tent following a baking disaster whilst filming 'The Great British Bake Off'
Iain Watters will storm out of the kitchen after a baking disaster on tonight's (27.08.14) episode of 'The Great British Bake Off'.
The bearded baker will reportedly walk off of the BBC One series' set after throwing his Baked Alaska into the dustbin, leaving 'GBBO' judges, Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, and the remaining contestants visibly shocked.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "It is genuinely jaw-dropping stuff. Bake Off has never seen anything like it before and producers doubt they will again.
"It is captivating stuff and a guaranteed ratings winner."
Iain - who is active on the social media site Twitter- has yet to comment on the alleged walk out.
He's had a mixed time on the 'Bake Off' as, after failing to impress on the first week, he managed to somewhat redeem himself on the biscuit challenges, but faltered on last week's tasks, which included making four ciabatta rolls and a centerpiece loaf.
The source added: "Bakers have come back from these kitchen disasters before and viewers will have to wait and see if Iain can salvage the situation. It really is gripping stuff."