Kyle Sandilands' X-rated 'hack' that stops men from cheating

·Lifestyle Reporter
·2-min read

Radio host Kyle Sandilands has shared a surprising ‘hack’ for women to ensure their partner doesn’t cheat when they’re out drinking with the boys.

Speaking on The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday, the radio host claimed his tip would stop any bloke from even looking at another woman.

Kyle Sandilands revealed an unusual hack to keep men from cheating. Photo: Twitter/kyleandjackieo
Kyle Sandilands revealed an unusual hack to keep men from cheating. Photo: Twitter/kyleandjackieo

His x-rated tip was unexpected, telling listeners to make sure their partners go out ‘balls empty’.

“Ladies, if your guy goes out a lot, like every Friday with the boys, and you think, ‘Oh, I’m not liking this’, make sure he goes out balls empty,” he started.

“Balls empty means he ain’t going to do anything, he’s not going to look at anyone.” the host said.

His co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson was surprised by this method, and wondered how long the ‘balls empty’ lasts for. Kyle was quick to say that it should last all night, adding: “Let him go out empty, and you girls, you’re safe forever.

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Kylie is expecting a baby with his fiancée Tegan Kynaston. Photo: Instagram/tegankynaston

The radio personality is expecting a baby with fiancée Tegan Kynaston this year, due in August. In March he announced on the show that he’d already splashed out on an extravagant gift for his unborn son.

“I've bought a few bed crowns,” he shared. “I've got three to decide from.”

Kyle explained that he wanted a bed crown because it’s something “that every royal family has”, leaving Jackie confused and admitting she doesn’t know what it is.

“It's a half-circle carved gold gilded crown that sits on the roof and curtains fall down from it to go over the baby’s crib,” he detailed.

“Oh yeah, that could like alright,” Jackie remarked, to which Kyle replied, “Better than some plastic thing that sings lullabies floating around over the baby’s face. None of that rubbish”.

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