I stole my parents’ car aged 15 for a feral joyride – they even called the police on me, admits Omid Djalili | The Sun

KATE Garraway was left-opened mouthed by Omid Djalili's 'feral' teen confession.

The Good Morning Britain presenter, 56, was back on air last night with the latest episode of Life Stories.

Kate sat down with comedian and actor Omid Djalili as they discussed his 57-year life.

During the conversation Omid had revealed he grew up with strangers in his house.

He told how parents would take in sick people as part of their Iranian culture and nurse them back to full health.

Omid told Kate: “The door was always open, so I never really had a bedroom, I never had privacy, I was pretty feral."

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However, as the show continued the actor made Kate's jaw drop with a shocking confession.

He explained: “I’d just go out just to get away from the house. I would be out, I used to nick my dad's car when I was 15.

“I’d drive around London until 3 or 4 in the morning. One night I drove down to Dover and I got back, I’d got stuck in traffic."

Kate was taken aback by Omid's admission as she gasped: "You drove to Dover?!"

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She was skeptical about his theory that his parents didn't notice he had taken the car for a joyride.

The presenter told him: “Look, I was also a kid in the 70s by the way, my parents would’ve noticed If I had driven to Dover in a car.”

By the time Omid returned home he was met with his father – and the police.

Djalili told: “He (his dad) said, ‘I just thought the car was nicked, so if you’re going to knick the car, just put it back’.

“He was remarkably liberal like that, he’s like me, he just accepted it.”

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