A FOUR in a Bed contestant was left in floods of tears and ripped into her "game-playing" rivals after being dealt an insulting snub.
The latest episode of the Channel 4 show saw four pairs compete for a cash prize by showcasing their various hospitality offerings.
To win, the contestants had to earn favourable scores by proving their value for money based on their room rates.
Despite some of the guests being satisfied with their stays and paying full price, others didn’t take the feedback and criticism so well.
First up Mark Canny, who invited the other contestants to his hotel, The Bowling Green in Chorlton.
James and Fiona went second, the guests visited Redhill Holidays in Whitbourne.
Third up was couple Andrew and Qidi who welcomed the others to the Mode Lytham Hotel in Lytham.
Lastly, Petra and Martin welcomed their guests to Villa Farm Cottage in Thornton Curtis.
However, when it came to the scoring, the couples clashed over their feedback, leading to one contestant bursting into tears.
Andrew and Qidi marked Petra and Martin down for the cleanliness, claiming there a number cobwebs found on the ceiling.
They were also not impressed with the facilities, admitting there was not enough plug sockets in their cottage and underpaid by £10.
Martin was left furious and told viewers: “The biggest gripe I’ve got is against Andrew and Qidi, they’ve gone over the top. Goodness gracious get a life.”
The couples came face to face to defend their payments, Petra took the opportunity to slam Andrew and Qudi's criticism.
Petra said: "“In total there are 14 sockets in the living room and in the bedroom.”
Martin agreed with his wife adding: "That’s 14. There’s one right next to the dressing table.”
Speaking to the camera later, Martin said : “They were looking for things to underscore us on.”
However, things went from bad to worse when Andrew and Qidi slammed the couple's old-fashioned bathroom tiles.
Martin was left fuming and branded the pair "game players, he said: "We’ve been open three years.
"Our feedback on one of the world’s biggest booking sites gave us a guest review of 9.9/10 for two years on the trot.
“Which, either we were unlucky and you had an unlucky stay or you’re very good game players, which one is it?”
A gobsmacked Andrew was clearly insulted by the accusations and hit back: "We’re definitely not game playing. We just had an unlucky stay.
“Our expectations were really high coming to your B&B, we were expecting maybe perfection.”
But it all got a bit too much for Petra, who was left sobbing by the negative comments.
A downcast Petra exclaimed: "“I am really upset about your feedback.”
Martin was adamant that the pair were playing a game, adding: "We've been told that the room is too cheap and that is a disgrace, so that tells me you're game players."
Many viewers took to social media to praise Martin for calling Andrew and Qidi out.
One viewer wrote: “Well done Martin for calling Andrew and Qidi out.”
Another posted: “We’re definitely not game playing, says Qidi and Andrew this week’s cheats of the week.”
A third added: “If you can’t take the criticism, Andrew … Don’t be dishing it out!!”
Another angry viewers shared: “You are absolutely game players Andrew & Qidi."
Four in a Bed continues at 5pm on Channel 4.
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