The 56-year-old quiz master struggled to contain his laughter as he asked one contestant about a book title relating to A.A. Milne character Winnie the Pooh.
He was heard asking player Trudy: “Which of these is not a real children’s book?” The possible answers were: A. Pooh in the Garden, B. Cooking with Pooh, and C. Pooh Gets Stuck.
It was clear that Bradley was tickled by the last option in particular and he attempted unsuccessfully to maintain his composure as his face broke into a grin.
While Bradley tried to suppress his laughter, contestant Trudy, 25, went for B which turned out to be incorrect.
The right answer was in fact option A and it was not long before the architecture assistant from Milton Keynes was sent packing from The Chase after getting knocked out in the head-to-head with Jenny Ryan also known as The Vixen and the Bolton Brainiac.
Despite her departure from the game, her fellow team mates managed to make it through to the final round of the ITV quiz and had a fighting chance with 17 steps ahead.
The Chase host Bradley Walsh could not stop laughing
The Chase's Bradley Walsh lost it over a question about Winnie the Pooh
In what sport does Fanny Chmelar compete for Germany?
However, the 35-year-old Chaser was just too good for them and caught them out pretty swiftly with time to spare on the clock, even with a couple of pushbacks.
This is not the first time Bradley has been left in hysterics by a question on The Chase, most famously he was left in tears after a sporting question.
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In the episode from 2011, Bradley struggled to continue after he asked a contestant: “In what sport does Fanny Chmelar compete for Germany?”
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As he laughed uncontrollably, he was heard saying: “We’re going to make a rule now, never to say her name again.”
“I’d be straight down the court if that was my name. I’d have that changed right away,” he added.
Even the usually stony-faced Chaser Anne Hegerty found it hard to not laugh at the question and tried to reassure them by saying: “I’m fine.”
The Chase airs weekdays on ITV at 5pm.