Vogue Williams has opened up about her terrifying kidnapping attempt after a stranger shouted “get in the fucking car” as she drove to work on Heart Radio last Sunday.
The Irish presenter, 36, was on her way to work early in the morning when a man in a vehicle asked her to get on.
“It really worried me about the girls walking around Leicester Square, it really scared me,” Vogue told Joanne McNally on their My Therapist Ghosted Me podcast.
Horrific: Vogue Williams opened up about her terrifying kidnapping attempt after a stranger shouted ‘get in the fucking car’ as she walked to Heart Radio last Sunday (pictured in 2020)
The mother of two was terrified of the ordeal, fearing that the “big man” might have kidnapped her if she hadn’t run away.
Vogue revealed: “We never do anything serious and I wasn’t going to mention it, but something happened to me on Sunday morning and it scared me.
“I go to Heart on Sunday mornings and will never go to the station alone again.
On the way: The Irish presenter, 36, was on her way to work early in the morning when a man in a vehicle asked her to get on. Photo by Heart Radio in January
‘So it was about five in the morning and I was walking over to Heart and this man went’ oi ‘and he was in that car, he was kind of a big man.
“And he said to me: ‘Get in the car! Get in the fucking car, “” Vogue bravely said.
“Like at first, I said, ‘Wait a sec, I just picked up my phone,’ she told him, before running off.
Honest: ‘It really worried me about the girls walking around Leicester Square, it really scared me,’ Vogue told Joanne McNally (left) on their My Therapist Ghosted Me podcast
The podcast co-host explained that the stranger was sitting in his car, but worried the outcome might have been different if he was out.
“But I was so scared that there was only one man running around, and if he got out of the car he could easily have dragged me in, he was like that big guy.” “
Vogue is still haunted by the ordeal, saying, “I remember what he looks like, and that scared me. “
Lucky Escape: The mother of two was terrified of the ordeal, fearing the “big man” might have kidnapped her. Pictured with her children Theodore, 3, and Gigi, 1
She continued, “It just got me thinking, and I know we shouldn’t think like that, but I just want to say it, but what if I had a drink that night and that I had no real sense in my mind and I “d just went like” What are you saying? ” or something like that.’
“It really worried me about the girls walking around Leicester Square, it really freaked me out. “
Joanne then added, “I can’t believe this, are you saying someone tried to take you away?” “
‘What the fuck is Vogue ?! I would have written a show about it by this point. I can’t believe you haven’t even told me about it, Joanne added.
“I can’t believe you haven’t even told me about it!” Joanne was shocked by the scary ordeal of Vogue
“I never thought something like this would scare me,” Vogue said.
“Just like someone screaming at me to get in their car, but I was just like, ‘F ***, if I hadn’t had my mind and just got it up’ ‘.
“This is my one warning that I wanted to tell people to be really, really careful because you hear about stuff in the news all the time, but you never really think that someone is doing that kind of crazy bullshit. ”
MailOnline has reached out to a representative for Vogue Williams for comment.
The Metropolitan Police declined to comment “based on the victim’s details.”
Vogue’s near-crash comes as Maura Higgins recently shared photos of the shocking moment a stranger “grabbed her arm” and “tried to pull her to his vehicle” in an effort to raise awareness of street harassment.
The Love Island star explained that the spooky moment unfolded after the National Television Awards on September 9, as she left a London venue with two friends.
The man can be seen apparently trying to pry Maura’s left hand off before she removes her arm from its claws, in the footage shared with his 3.3 million followers.
Not the only one: Vogue’s near-crash comes as Maura Higgins recently shared photos of the shocking moment a stranger ‘grabbed her arm’ and ‘tried to pull her to his vehicle’