Sophie Monk’s prank: ‘Mummy loves a Jesus juice’

SOPHIE Monk acted like a diva and flirted up a storm with an unassuming waiter as part of a hidden camera prank.

The Bachelorette star teamed up with KIIS FM's Jackie O for the prank in which she had to enter a restaurant and say and do whatever the radio personality told her to through an earpiece.

After being seated by an incredibly handsome and friendly waiter, Monk was ordered by Jackie O to start taking selfies at her table and then had to ask her server, "do you think I'm prettier in real life or on TV?"

"I think you're pretty in both," the gentlemanly waiter said.

Jackie O then got Monk to crank up the bizarre behaviour. She asked the waiter to "blow bubbles" with her in her water for an Instagram video and jumped up on her chair to take a photograph of her meal.

Monk was instructed to order a whole bottle of wine for herself, telling the waiter, "mummy loves a Jesus juice". And in a particularly awkward exchange, she was dared to tell the waiter how attractive he was while rubbing his shoulder.

"I did The Bachelorette and I know chemistry," Monk told the waiter who clearly didn't know what to say.

After wrapping up the leftovers from her meal and putting them in her handbag, Monk was told by Jackie O to stand up, get everyone's attention and propose a toast.

Dinging her glass, the reality TV star yelled, "I want to make a toast, cheers to Sophie Monk!" as the bemused diners looked on.

Jackie O finally put Monk out of her misery and emerged from a nearby room to explain to the waiter why the former Bardot singer was acting so strangely.

"I had a no clue what was going on," the waiter said.

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