Anyone who watches Sky News in the morning will know outgoing anchor Eamonn Holmes is a man with more than a glint of mischief in his eyes, always hovering on the precipice of making some awful remark just to wind up some liberal snowflakes.
Today he managed to cause a small but enjoyable moment of unscripted mayhem on the show when he wasn't even on duty.
Colleague Stephen Dixon was chairing a fairly dull discussion about the intrusive nature of smartphones with an etiquette expert called Liz Brewer, when his own mobile began to buzz.
"Your phone is going! I can't believe it, you didn't even have it switched off," immediately yelled the interrupted Liz, showing a slight lack of etiquette.
Dixon - a curiously charmless member of the Sky clan who has the air of someone who would lose his shit with a 6-year-old if they put a whoopie cushion under his chair – fumbled it out of his pocket with barely concealed annoyance.
"It will be someone deliberately texting because of this interview," he mumbled.
Yeah. He was right. Eamonn f**king Holmes, a man with nothing left to lose, pranking him from his living room.