Bath teens to appear on BBC3 show Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents
A group of friends from Bath will be hitting our television screens on a show that reveals the drunken antics of young people abroad.
Friends Cameron Ashwin, Olly Moxham, Kieran Hector and Dan Rosser, all 19, are set to feature on the BBC3 programme Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents next Tuesday.
For the show the teenagers got a week’s free holiday in Kavos, Corfu, but had to be followed by a film crew.
However, unbeknown to the friends they were being spied on by Olly’s parents, Debbie and Alan Moxham, the entire time.
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The group, who have known each other since childhood and still all live in Bath, originally signed up for a fictional BBC show called Big Vacation and were told by the production team they were helping film a series which looked at how people partied in different countries.
The truth that they were actually part of Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents was not revealed until the last night of their holiday.
Olly, who works at his parents' business Bath MOT, said: “We had a really good time but then we realised my parents were watching the whole time.
“When they walked in everything just stopped and went into slow motion and I didn’t know how to react.
“The first thing my mum said was she’d seen much more of me than she’d been expecting. My parents are quite laid back but they have advised me on some of the things that they saw.”
He added: “When I go out I keep myself to myself. I think they just wanted to know how I act with my friends when I’m out.”
Kieran, who is an electrician, said: “For the first few days we were really conscious of the cameras but then you forget that they are there.”
During the hour-long show friends and family will get to see the lads enjoy nights out, which last until 6am the morning after, get matching tattoos of Kavos 2012, and watch the friends cope with an emergency when Keiran has to go to hospital after drinking too much.
He said: “What I learned is that we all care about each other, we don’t show it but when things get bad we are there for each other.”
Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents can be seen on BBC3 next Tuesday at 9pm.