Inbetweeners stars visit Redbourn street

PUBLISHED: 11:47 20 January 2011

Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Bradley and Blake Harrison - The Inbetweeners - have challenged themselves to rack up 50 lewd locations in just 50 hours.; To show them your support make a donation at www.comicrelief.com/inbetweeners or donate £1 by texting RUDE to 7001

Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Bradley and Blake Harrison - The Inbetweeners - have challenged themselves to rack up 50 lewd locations in just 50 hours.; To show them your support make a donation at www.comicrelief.com/inbetweeners or donate £1 by texting RUDE to 7001

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STARS from the hit TV show The Inbetweeners dropped by a Redbourn street last night for a photo as part of a naughty charity challenge.

The four characters from the E4 series stopped off at oddly named street Snatchup for a quick picture before setting off again on their “rude road trip” challenge for Comic Relief.

They were due to visit The Cock Inn in St Peter’s Street for food and drinks but are thought to have cancelled their booking for around 25 people with the gastro pub at the last minute and have continued their challenge in London this morning.

Simon Bird, Joe Thomas, James Buckley and Blake Harrison (aka Will, Simon, Jay and Neil) have challenged themselves to visit 50 lewdly-named locations in just 50 hours to raise money for Red Nose Day.

The foursome are travelling along their risqué route in the classic yellow Fiat, a regular feature in the smash hit series which sees the characters encounter regular humiliation, and cameras will be rolling the entire time to catch all the banter along the way.


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