Spare a thought for viewers of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! who last night were treated to the sight of Nigel Farage's bare cheeks.
Fans of the show have been taking to social media to complain about seeing Farage naked and showering in camp, something they definitely didn't want to see amidst all the snakes, spiders and creepy crawlies that feature on the show.
The moment occurred when Josie Gibson walked past the camp shower and the camera got a clear look at Farage naked.
Her response was to say 'frickin' hell' and move on, while Ant and Dec later joked that it was a good thing for everyone that he didn't turn around otherwise 'we might have seen the honourable member'.
Of course, Farage isn't an honourable member because he's failed at every attempt to get elected as an MP and never made it anywhere in government, but you know what they mean.
Plenty of viewers took to social media and said seeing Farage's bare arse was 'not what anyone had on their wish list this year or any other year'.
Another wondered 'why would ITV show me Nigel Farage's bum', while a third posted the green face emoji indicating nausea.
Farage has been a particularly controversial addition to the I'm A Celeb line-up considering his political views and past comments.
Many viewers were also dismayed to hear that he'll be exempt from certain Bushtucker Trials.
Thankfully for those who really cannot stand the sight of Farage and definitely wouldn't have wanted to see his bare bum on their TV screens, they likely won't have been watching anyway.
Plenty of I'm A Celeb fans have said they'll be boycotting this year's show due to his appearance on it.
Since he's been on he's shoved his head into a snake-infested hole, gobbled all sorts of animal genitals in a Bushtucker Trial and been mocked by hosts Ant and Dec over GB News' low viewing figures.
According to the Daily Mirror, the decision to have Farage on the show appears to have backfired somewhat as they reported that the opening episode of this year's I'm A Celeb pulled in a peak audience of 7.8 million, down from a 10 million peak the same time last year.
While Farage told the Mirror he thought he'd bring more viewers to ITV with his appearance, it looks to have had the opposite effect.
Other viewers of the show praised Fred Sirieix for calling out Farage, saying the way he campaigned was 'shameful' and accusing him of 'demonising migrants'.
The First Dates host also told Farage that the average Brit 'lost out' because of Brexit.