Can you mark what was upsetting viewers of Sunday Brunch in this image?
Eagled-eyed fans speckled the weird credentials on the cooking show behind guest and The Voice judge Gavin Rossdale as he rustled up some nosh with hosts Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy.
As The Voice judge prepped some Calamari with Romesco Sauce (#yum) viewers beheld something unsettling behind them – two bottles were touching any other on the shelf, when they’re routinely uniformly spaced apart.
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And they really weren’t happy that it was ruining their Sunday mornings.
So the disgruntled fans took to social media to vent their anger and stop the ‘frenzy’ from happening again.
@SundayBrunchC4 ideal Sunday viewing, solely for the blue and yellow bottles behind Tim which are pushing me into a frenzy
— Sublimation Deluxe (@Riyamusic) March 19, 2017
— Donna (@Annod2402) March 19, 2017
— Slashdot Dashdot (@slashdotdashdot) March 19, 2017
And to make it even worse, the bottom shelf wasn’t even straight, which sent even some-more viewers into a tizz.
@SundayBrunchC4 the phony bottles are bugging me…bottom shelf is not even! 😅😘😆
— harlingdarling (@harlingdarling) March 19, 2017
Whatever next? Different phony appliances? An disproportionate smoke-stack of books? The apocalypse?
As prolonged as it doesn’t hurt the Sunday mornings …
But it isn’t the only gaffe on the daytime telly show.
— Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) March 19, 2017
Only last month viewers watched guest David Gower hold tender duck and then lick his hands.
And only a few weeks ago while presenter Tim was off the show recuperating from a back operation, he was speckled in an advert during the mangle doing handstands.
Reps have been contacted to find out either the slaughter of these touching bottles has been rectified.
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