Geordie Shore Gaz Beadle Jailed

Exhausted Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle has arrived back in London, after hinting he was JAILED for 36 hours in New Zealand!

The TV personality hinted that during a short-lived stay in New Zealand he was put in jail for a total of 36 hours.

Once Gaz had landed in London he tweeted he was back safe and sound – and in need of a cold beer.

Later on, Gaz admitted to fans that he was heading straight to bed in a bid to escape any jet lag. He commented, “Bed has never felt soooo good!! Speak tomorrow night.”

Apparently, Gaz tried to enter New Zealand after jetting in from Australia, but they denied him entry.

Tweeting on Saturday morning, Gaz suggested he had used his short spell in jail wisely by hitting the gym. Gaz referred to another prison inmate as Mohammed as he filled us in on the time he spent in jail.

The MTV star was set to join his co-star Marty McKenna, 21, at The Edge’s One Night Stand Party in Auckland on Thursday night but was not allowed through security.

He tweeted fans claiming he had had a nightmare 36 hours – while using the hashtag ‘cellmates’.

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) confirmed reports that they stopped Gaz at border control and denied him entry into the country as he arrived into Queenstown from Australia on Tuesday.

Speaking to the site, Immigration New Zealand said: “There are certain conditions that all temporary visitors to New Zealand must meet in order to be eligible for entry.

“The onus is on the visitor to satisfy INZ that they meet all of the entry requirements at the time they travel to New Zealand.

“Mr Beadle did not meet these requirements. He was put on a flight back to Australia [on Wednesday] afternoon after being released on conditions which allowed him to spend [Tuesday] night at his pre-arranged accommodation.”

Gaz and Marty have both remained tight lipped on the situation faced. However, Marty retweeted posts from fans who have voiced concerns of missing the chance to meet the stars in person.

However, the event organisers thought the show must go on and so it did. Even though, the northern hunk was no where to be seen. Instead there were appearances from Marty from Geordie Shore and performances from Savage & Kings.

The event organisers were previously vocal about how keen they were to give Marty the full Kiwi experience. They commented: “To make Marty an official Kiwi, we thought it was only fair to put him through a Kiwi initiation.”