Ross Kemp's hit Sky One show, Extreme World, wiill return for a one off special in August to highlight the serious problem of inbreeding in the county of Norfolk.
Kemp, famous for his role as Grant Mitchell in EastEnders, will start his journey in Lowestoft, where he will talk to a man born with seven noses in 1968. The man will explain the difficulties he had growing up with his problem, including being bullied in school by a boy with four ears.
Kemp will then travel to the outskirts of Norwich to talk to a group of rogue inbreeders - a gang so deranged they have been ejaculating into family meals in an attempt to get their relatives pregnant.
And in an exclusive interview, Kemp will talk to the Great Melton Prune - a man who has lived in Great Melton Reservoir for the past 25 years, releasing his seed into the water filtration system twelve times a day. His skin is said to be so disheviled, he now resembles a lump of dried fruit. The Prune is said to only take days off on Bank Holidays, which he is said to have renamed Wank Holidays.