A bloke on the sesh at Download Festival gatecrashed a BBC interview at 6:25am with a wild outburst, leaving for some pretty incredible breakfast TV.
BBC Breakfast hosts Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt were speaking with reporter Hannah Miller live from Donington Park to mark the occasion of the iconic rock music festival beginning yesterday (8 June) in Derby.
Miller was primarily talking about the fans who had abandoned attending the festival yesterday after getting stuck in so much traffic on the roads.
But with a couple of stragglers passing by, she explained to Munchetty and Stayt that Metallica's performance last night had gone on 'really, really late into the night', so some people were 'only just going to bed'.
Appearing to look off camera and slowly walking away, she said: "There are a few early risers also coming round." And at this point, a young lad saw his opportunity to get himself on the news and certainly took it.
"I love my prescription speed provided by the NHS," he said to the camera.
The poor reporter had to try and move him away and stop him from saying anything further live on BBC Breakfast.
"Thank you very much, thank you," Miller said as she kept her cool, despite this surprising situation.
Clearly determined to get himself on camera, the lad was carrying two empty cans of beer and wearing sweatbands around his head, arm and wrist.
Members of the crew can be seen in the background attempting to keep him out of shot - while the man looks pretty pleased with himself for getting his moment.
Although we're not sure if he's going to be feeling quite as chuffed with himself when he wakes up with a killer hangover in a few hours...
Apologising for this wild outburst, the reporter said: "There's a lot of people who want to have a lot of fun as you can see.
"Sorry about that."
The reporter was able to carry on talking about Metallica's performances at Download Festival, but viewers certainly won't have been expecting to hear his 'NHS prescription for speed' with their breakfast this morning.
And while we'll certainly remember this outburst, we're not sure if the bloke responsible will.
The event welcomes rock fans from across the world to Donington Park and is now on until Sunday (11 June), with coverage live from BBC and performances from the likes of Bring Me The Horizon and Slipknot.Featured Image Credit: BBC