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16 April 2012, 09:20 | Updated: 16 April 2012, 09:29
The 'Take A Chance On Me' singer says he filled his rucksack with "whoopee cushions and pea shooters" for the jaunt.
JLS singer Oritse Williams has confessed he spent £500 in a joke shop buying items to play pranks on his band mates during their current '4th Dimension' UK tour.
The 'Do You Feel What I Feel' star told The Sun he had a rucksack full of objects to tease the group with anytime they fell asleep.
He revealed: "I filled my whole rucksack with whoopie cushions, pea shooters, the lot. If I catch one of them sleeping they are going to get it. Last time I set off two alarm clocks next to JB while he was nodding off."
The band are currently in the middle of their latest jaunt and will appear at Birmingham's LG Arena tomorrow night (17th April) and climax the outing in Sheffield on 28th April.
Meanwhile, the band recently spoke about their longevity in the music industry and confessed they plan to be still singing even when they reach old age.