TOWIE's Bobby Norris admits holidaymakers complained about willy warmer

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Bobby Norris sparked complaints from holidaymakers after stripping down to a willy warmer in Tenerife, he has confirmed.

Last week, Bobby was pictured wearing a tiny red sock on his privates while filming the new series of TOWIE, but it appears not everyone found it amusing.

The Only Way is Essex' Cast in Tenerife, Spain - 10 Feb 2015
Bobby Cole Norris

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Speaking on This Morning today (16 February), Bobby admitted that his choice of 'swimwear' may have been a "step too far" after fellow guests at their hotel raised it with staff.

Telling Phillip Schofield and Christine Bleakley that he wanted to take it up a notch from both his Marbella schlong thong and Ibiza ball bag, he said: "I hold my hands up, I think I've gone to far with this one.

"I saw the line and not only crossed it but jumped over it. There were a couple of complaints at the hotel..."

'The Only Way is Essex' Cast in Tenerife, Spain - 10 Feb 2015
Lydia Bright, Jessica Wright, Gemma Collins and Bobby Norris
10 Feb 2015

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This Sunday, the 14th series of TOWIE kicks off on ITVBe and it begins with a one-hour special filmed during the cast trip to Tenerife.

Bobby spent five days soaking up the sun with a gaggle of female co-stars, including Lydia Bright, Ferne McCann and Gemma Collins, and it appears there was A LOT of drama. What's new?!

Thinking back to their time abroad, Bobby added: "We thought it would just be a couple of days in the sun to get a cheeky tan but it all went on!"

Last week, the official TOWIE trailer was released - watch it here!

TOWIE, 10pm, ITVBe, Sunday 22 February

TOWIE: Are you looking forward to series 14?
YES - Bring back the Essex drama!70.73%
NO - I'm so over it...19.60%
Hmm... I'll reserve judgment until the series starts.9.67%