Vicky Pattison has revealed that she decided to still go ahead with her date night despite having a ‘terrifying brush with death’ on the way.
The Geordie Shore star was left shaken after the Uber car she had been travelling in with her fiancé Ercan Ramadan burst into flames just minutes after they got out of it.
The reality star had worried fans after sharing an image of the car up in flames with smoke billowing out of it, as the terrified 35-year-old told fans: "I was in that car minutes ago."
Despite the ordeal, Vicky has now issued an update to say that she and Ercan had arrived safely at the lavish Sheesh restaurant where they were headed to enjoy some dinner and cocktails with friends.
Posting a stunning image of her posing with a passionfruit martini, while wearing a flattering green suit co-ord with nothing underneath, the star wrote: "Last night was a mixed bag, to say the least…" followed by a fire emoji.
She then added: "Is that emoji appropriate? Like I don't even know at this point.
"After our terrifying brush with death, most people would have turned back and gone home… But not this couple, no. I had got ready, so I was getting a porn**** martini and a chicken Shish.
"Huge Thankyou to @sheesh_uk for having us last night though seriously- it took a good few strawberry daiquiris to calm me down put it that way."
Vicky then revealed that she got her money back from Uber, penning: "Also, for anyone invested in the story, @uber phoned me this morning and assured me I'd be refunded and apologised for nearly turning me extra crispy and charging me for the privilege thing."
She also joked on her story about how hard it had been making it to the dinner, saying: "3 cars, two hours and one near death experience later and we made it. "
Talking about what happened at the time, the shocked star had taken to her Instagram stories to show her Uber 'exploding.'
Speaking to her millions of followers, she then explained what had happened, saying: "I actually don't even know what to say about what's just happened… it was absolutely terrifying.
"So we were just driving along in this Uber," as she turned to Ercan, to whom she got engaged last year, and said: 'Erc, did you say the engine light was on?' as he clarified: 'The engine management light was on.'"
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