Traitors viewers mocked Harry Clarke as they said he acted like he “couldn’t afford a Toby Carvery with the family” during Thursday’s episode.
The British Army Corporal, 23, gave an intimate insight into his family life during the show’s lavish dinner.
He told the other contestants on the show that he would really like to win the money so he can take his family out and be able to pick up the bill at the end without worry.
And while the sentiment is there, fans have wondered why the cheater is trying to come off as a working man when he shows off his lavish lifestyle with private jets on Instagram.
Sitting at the dining room table, in a suit and boots, looking dapper as ever, Harry told the group, “My happiness comes from seeing my family happy, like my brothers and sisters.
“Mine is like a madhouse because there are 11 or 12 of us. So when we go out for a family meal, it’s not just us going out. You will hear us coming out.
“But it would be the best thing to go home and that Saturday be like, ‘let’s all go out, but in the end, nobody has to worry about paying. Being able to upload and pay the bill first would be amazing and then set me up for the next chapter in my life.
“I’m not saying I’m looking to get out of the military, but I’m tired of traveling all the time.”
Harry worked full-time as an engineer in the British Army before joining the show.
The faithful may trust every word the brash has to say, but BBC viewers are left wondering why he lives a polarizing lifestyle from what he portrays on the show.
Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, one viewer wrote: ‘Why does Harry need this money when he’s flying on private jets? It freaks me out.’
“Wait Hazza, you made me believe you couldn’t afford a Toby Cavery with the family in tonight’s episode…”
“How many meals does Harry want to continue?”
“I hope someone who really needs the money wins!”
The furore stemmed from Harry’s social media posts before the show.
In July 2023, she posted a photo of herself and pop star Conor Maynard sitting on a private jet wearing a Louis Vuitton shoulder bag and Vivienne Westwood ring.
In another post, the game hopeful also shared pictures of himself enjoying a luxury holiday in Brighton as he relaxed in an outdoor pool on the coast.
At the start of the second series, Harry was chosen as one of three ‘traitors’ whose job it is to ‘kill’ the remaining 19 ‘loyal’ contestants, night after night.
Meanwhile, the loyalists work to uncover the traitors – rounding them up in an attempt to secure the prize money.
While Harry was initially overshadowed by his fellow traitor, the proud villain Paul Gordon, the student became a master – and murdered him.
Last night’s spectacular episode saw Harry continue his mission of deception. In a twist that proved him to be even more treacherous than many had imagined, he mercilessly ‘killed’ another newly recruited traitor, Ross Carson – having cynically befriended him the night before.