ITV News suffered an awkward blunder tonight after a bus sporting a rude Brexit message was seen driving past in the background.
Political correspondent Carl Dinnen was reporting live on air in Westminster when the bright yellow bus drove past in the background.
Viewers were left in hysterics when they noticed that on the bus in large black letters read: "BOLLOCKS TO BREXIT".
Viewers flocked to Twitter to point out the awkward mishap.
Political correspondent Carl Dinnen was reporting live on air in Westminster
- Dancing On Ice’s James Jordan says he won’t be able to resist rows with Jason Gardiner
One tweeted: "@itvnews #ITVNews Timing is everything. @carldinnen."
While another commented: "ITV news could not have timed that report better outside Westminster tonight !!"
The bus was spotted driving past in teh background
A third remarked: "Delighted with the ‘Bollocks To Brexit’ bus on the news tonight money well spent! #itvnews #bollockstobrexit."
"Amazing what you see on the ITV news these days, check out the slogan on the yellow bus going past in the background, ha," another wrote.
One wrote: "Had to stop, rewind & pause @itvnews to read the writing on the yellow bus behind @carldinnen #Brexit."
*ITV News airs tomorrow at 6pm on ITV
Showbiz and TV editor’s picks
Iain Lee saves suicidal man’s life
Explosive return for EastEnders fave
Steph Davis POISONS boyfriend
S Club’s Hannah gives birth to baby girl