"Hell is other people" said Jean-Paul Sartre, a phrase that springs to mind whenever one of life's rare idyllic moments is instantly and brutally sabotaged by the mere existence of another human being – in this case, a fat bloke in shorts.
A happy couple, identified only as 'my best friend's sister and her partner' by a Facebook user called Ashley, were taking the obligatory 'we just got engaged' photograph on holiday - their eyes pregnant with love and hope for the future, their smiles radiant and pure - when some bloke in a camo baseball cap waddled into the background and ruined the shot.
Hoping to help them out a little, Ashley posted it to The Rising Tide Society's Facebook page with a plea for help.
Could someone, anyone, help the happy couple by Photoshopping out the offending photobomber? Woudn't that be a kind and beautiful way to help a young couple celebrate their love?
It would. Probably. But this here is the internet, and on the internet as in life, hell is other people – particularly bored people who know how to use the cut out tool.