In the penultimate episode of series two of the The England Rugby Podcast: O2 Inside Line, Vernon Kay sits down with prop Alec Hepburn to talk about his life.
The Exeter Chiefs front row opened up about having international and club team mate Harry Williams as a landlord, as they live together with another Chiefs forward in James Freeman.
Asked what as a landlord Williams looks at most, Hepburn replied: "It's 100% cleanliness - I don't think we're too bad.
"He got the backyard done and he was saying about having a party to break it in, and he had a few people over for a few beers and he's walking around with a black bin bag picking up the bottle caps.
"We also had a bit of a row the other day about the bins as he was falsely accusing me and Jim Freeman about not pulling our weight.
"I said to him 'look mate, it is obviously you feeling the need to justify your work as we're go-getters that go under the radar.'"
The podcast also features Red Roses duo Rachael Burford and Vicky Fleetwood as the both take the Three Track Challenge including their initiation songs.
The podcast is an addition to the popular O2 Inside Line video and live series that takes you into the England camp each Test week, providing insights into how England are preparing and getting fans closer to the team.
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