5/6. Former Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost and the Personal Overhaul Device give a much-needed new look to a woman addicted to glitter and revealing clothes, and a tattooed punk who dresses in ripped attire.
The team uses their crafty skills on clubbers in Ibiza and organise a gig where they steal all the instruments from the musicians. Paul Wilson exposes a clever fairground con and there's a demonstration of how to win a round of drinks in a bar.
8.00 The gang undertakes a racket dressed as fishmongers and make members of the public the catch of the day. Holiday-makers in Ibiza lose out at three-card Monte and there's a demonstration to reveal how a cut-glass accent could help a con merchant make big money.
Konnie Hug examines some of the beauty treatments people use every day and reveals the potentially disastrous consequences. Featuring a bride whose wedding day ended in tears and a would-be brunette who ended up in hospital.
Concluding the countdown of the most irritating tracks that have stormed the pop charts over the years, featuring the catchiest tunes on record and the victims of over-exposure. Including number ones by Bryan Adams and Chumbawamba.
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