He added: "As the show was being aired the initial response wasn't good.
Charlie said: "We went for a drink after the meal but it seemed things had changed a bit."She didn't seem into it at all any more and I realised we would just be friends."''We haven't really spoken since, apart from a couple of Facebook messages as the show aired on TV."They both remain single.
The woman who was with him on what was their first date, Allison Jennings, 39, of Chelmsford, and who had pleaded guilty previously to the same offence had been given a 12 month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £85 costs with a £15 victim surcharge.
IT had the lights and the cameras, but there was sadly no action following an Essex couple's televised first date.
Frankie Aldwinckle, from Chelmsford, found herself paired with Leigh-on-Sea primary school teacher Charlie Dear on Channel 4's First Dates on Wednesday of last week.
I really enjoyed the experience and there were no awkward moments on the date as I'm really chatty and so was he."We went for a drink after the date and think then we both realised that we should both just be mates."The show portrayed Frankie as an "avid poet", but that was mainly based on a romantic poem she read on the show that she penned in Year 10.
But Frankie, a former Essex rugby player, said: "I'm happy with how I came across on the show as I was just me. I'd try anything really."Charlie Dear said: "I think the show is brilliant."I watched it with my ex and then when I became single I applied.
I would love to meet A Handsome man who likes to in joy same things or most things as my self ...43, male, Hockley, Essex Tall dark handsome fit professional white guy whos looking for some fun, dates and see where things go without the hassles.
I am great fun, very well traveled, keep fit, play rugby and very socialable to and a great catch.
Ms Wincott asked that any persons affected by the letter to contact the school, where members of staff are available to provide support.
Mr Keane has also been suspended from his duties as a MSC officer, a voluntary and unpaid role.
Frankie, 22, has had her fair share of love rats, but applied to the show "just for a laugh".