Robert Irwin left flustered after British comedian Russell Howard cracks very racy sex joke during visit to Australia Zoo: ‘I wasn’t ready for that’
British comedian Russell Howard left Robert Irwin speechless after he made a racy sex joke during a visit to Australia Zoo.
In the video posted to Facebook, Robert, 19, was explaining to Russell, 43, that the biggest threat to koalas in Australia is chlamydia.
The comedian then joked that Robert had ‘nothing to worry about because he was wearing a condom’.
‘Unfortunately the biggest threat to koalas now is chlamydia,’ Robert began.
‘Luckily I’m wearing a condom, don’t worry about it. I bagged up before the shot. Do you know what I mean?’ Russell joked.
Robert Irwin was left flustered after British comedian Russell Howard cracked a very racy joke during visit to Australia Zoo
‘I thought it’s safer for you, it’s safer for the koala.’
A speechless Robert responded: ‘I wasn’t ready for that. That’s good.. moving on. I’m flustered now.’
The post comes weeks after Robert announced his new partnership with recycling initiative, Containers for Change.
The Wildlife warrior appeared in a new commercial with a macaw named Quito from Australia Zoo to spruik the scheme.
In the ad, Robert wore his signature khaki uniform as he spoke about the benefits of recycling on the environment.
‘This is Quito and he knows this 10 cent container was destined for something greater than the rubbish bin,’ Robert said.
Robert explained to Russell the biggest threat to koalas is chlamydia. The comedian then joked that Robert had nothing to worry about because he was ‘wearing a condom’
‘He is one of our very best recyclers and is doing his bit to make sure our beautiful wildlife and places is pristine for places to come.’
Robert went on to promote hundreds of the Containers for Change outlets in Queensland.
He later wrote on the Instagram post he was proud of the campaign.
‘Quito and I are proud to be joining forces with Containers for Change to make recycling more accessible and rewarding than ever, all in the name of creating a greener world for the future!’
The post comes weeks after Robert announced his new partnership with recycling initiative, Containers for Change