The BBC appeared to accidentally broadcast footage of a cheerful festival-goer waving a large sex toy during Stormzy's performance of "Shut Up" at Glastonbury this year.
BBC Breakfast presenters Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty were interviewing the artist about the video for his single "Blinded By Your Grace Pt 2" where they aired a clip of the show.
As the video played, it got to a point where the camera was zoomed in and then stayed focused on a man dressed as a police officer waving what was clearly a large sex toy.
The hosts either didn't notice or chose to ignore it but viewers spotted the moment instantly and took to social media to tweet about it.
A BBC Breakfast spokesperson told The Sun: "A handful of people spotted a fleeting shot of someone in the crowd at Glastonbury holding up something which seems to have caused some amusement on social media - we’re not aware that viewers took offence."
See some tweets and watch the video below.
@Stormzy1 on @BBCBreaking @BBCNews with them showing one of his live performances with a ‘chap’ in the crowd casually swinging a massive rubber dildo around??? happy breakfast ? #news #bbc #bbcbreakfast #kinky#STORMZY pic.twitter.com/3KCVI3q3s2
— Karl Rennison (@KarlRennison) https://twitter.com/KarlRennison/status/941599978023194624