Gordon Ramsay is known for his pretty volatile temper, ripping to pieces anyone who feels is just not up to the standard required.
And over the years, he has dismantled the confidence of many an aspiring chef.
But one of his most vicious takedowns stands out above all the rest as probably his most terrifying.
Clemenza Castera was a contestant on season 10 of Hell's Kitchen, and suffered the wrath of Ramsay when he was forced to apologise to a table of US Marines after messing up their orders.
After realising there were not enough Wellingtons for the table, Ramsay demanded that Clemenza tell the diners himself.
He said: "Hey, f***ing baby rhino screws the Marines! It's pathetic! It's the U.S. Marines! Hey, let's go, you! Your f***ing mess, you get yourself out of it!
"I know it's going to look embarrassing ... f***ing take him to the Marines!"
But as mentioned above, this isn't the only time the Brit cook has had to take people down a peg or two.
In season two of the hit show, Ramsay faced off with Tom Pauley, who didn't have the best of times, it has to be said.
After messing up a quail and spaghetti dish, the contestant's pan caught fire, and in a bid to get it under control he decided to blow on it, causing the flames to rise even higher.
And this didn't go down well with Gordo.
Launching into a tirade, he said: "Oh, my God! The duck's burnt! You're cooking in a burnt pan, you f***ing d***!
"Oh, my God, leave it! Leave it! LEAVE IT! Just f***ing leave it! You're going to blow fire in your face, you f***ing donkey!"
In recent times, Ramsay has taken to mocking people online.
Responding to a vegan on TikTok who had urged him to give up meat, the 54-year-old decided to have a good old troll.
Ramsay, who has nearly 20 million followers on the social video platform, was the subject of a song written on the ukulele by a Canadian TikToker calling herself That Vegan Teacher.
In the song, the woman sings: "Eating animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay. Hurting animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay.
"Share this song, and if you call me a donut that's fine, as long as you're vegan from now on."
In response, the TV chef watched it back, sharing a video of him chewing away on a piece of lettuce while doing so.
All's well so far, right? Well, as the song reached the conclusion, he spat out the lettuce, called the woman a 'vegan donut' and started chomping down on a big juicy beef burger.
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