JLS hunk Marvin Humes once broke the bed when sex with now-wife Rochelle got out of hand.
Marvin Humes is like ''the Incredible Hulk'' in the bedroom.
The JLS hunk - who has six-month-old daughter Alaia-Mai with wife Rochelle Humes - stunned his bandmates when he confessed to breaking his bed during an intimate moment shortly after he first started dating The Saturdays singer in 2010.
''They were upstairs doing their thing and I was downstairs watching a movie. I had no idea what was going on but then he came to the top on the landing all panicked and was like, 'Mate, I've broken the bed.'
''He's seriously like The Incredible Hulk in the bedroom.'
Aston's revelation comes soon after Rochelle recently appeared on the same radio show and confessed to needing hospital treatment after one sex session with her spouse, who she wed in July 2012.
The 24-year-old brunette beauty was live on air playing game 'Never Have I Ever' when she confessed to having ''sustained an injury during special cuddles.''
Her bandmates Una Healy and Mollie King elaborated as Rochelle was too embarrassed to give any more details.
Una explained: ''Rochelle went to A&E over this.''
Although the star reached out to Mollie, the blonde beauty didn't have a clue how to help.
Mollie added: ''I remember her calling me about this and I was like, 'How do I know what to do?' ''
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