Paddy McGuinness pulls out his tooth with toffee and we're in pain looking at it

Paddy McGuinness is not having a good time, as he’s just gone and pulled out his tooth with toffee.

Yes, the star thought he would delight fans by sharing a picture of his missing crown – and we’re in pain just looking at it.

Taking to Instagram, the 45-year-old ranted about how bad his day had been, before explaining what had happened to his mouth.

The father-of-three wrote: ‘So I get on the wrong train home from London Euston and ended up in Rugby?

‘Got on another train to Stafford, seen Kim Woodburn on that one, she had dark glasses on so I thought best not say hello.’

He continued: ‘Finally got on the right train and back to my car in Macclesfield. In the safety of my car I found a solitary chewy toffee.’

The Take Me Out host sarcastically added: ‘At last my luck had changed!’

He said: ‘Popped the little caramel delight in my mouth and subsequently pulled my f**kin crown out! How’s your day been?’

Following on from his little heated caption, he added the hashtags: ‘#kickingamanwhenhesdown #London #Rugby #Stafford #Macclesfield #Dentist.’

And fans were quick to comment on the matter – though it seemed they all lacked sympathy.

‘What time was that.. tooth hurty?’ one trolled the Top Gear presenter, while another added: ‘Omg, sorry for laughing.’

Someone else answered his question, and their response was hilarious: ‘Had a few teething problems but turned out alright.’

Despite needing a new crown, the procedure sounds like nothing compared to his recent vasectomy.

Going into detail about getting ‘the snip,’ he told his followers: ‘Patient McGuinness is home.

‘Gentlemen, if you’re thinking about having a vastectomy and are a little bit reluctant, as I was, the initial anaesthetic, what they give you into the ol’ pippins, I’m not gonna lie, that’s tender.

‘It made my eyes water a little bit.’

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