It doesn't take much for former UKIP leader and Mr Brexit Nigel Farage to be taken to pieces online.
Earlier this month he was pictured trying to look very serious and statesmanlike in front of a Dunkirk poster, urging "youngsters" to see the film. Presumably he thought they'd want to rush out to protect old Blightly upon seeing the film rather realise how crucial our European allies are in not being blown to pieces.
The sweaty-browed attention-seeker was out in force again this weekend tweeting apparent shock at seeing Nazi salutes during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The demonstration where hundreds of neo-Nazis took to the streets carrying torches and ant-semitic posters and shouting, "Heil Trump."
The last place you'd expect to see nazi salutes eh?
Unsurprisingly, nobody was buying his faux-shock
The ambiguous wording of his tweet was called out also, with people pointing out how he doesn't even condemn the incident but merely expresses his shock.
Word to the wise, Nigel: the internet never forgets.