If you’ve never tortured yourself by watching car-crash TV classic Celebrity Big Brother, essentially just take Big Brother and chuck in a load of Z-listers even more desperate for fame.
Take Geordie Shore’s Marnie Simpson, for example. She decided to flash Loose Women’s Saira Khan in the CBB house, after an argument because she thought that Saira was jealous of the fact that she had bigger boobs then her.
The reality show ‘star’ pretty much summed up how our society is becoming increasingly fucked if people like her are allowed to be constantly paraded in the public eye.
It all began when they both had a row over the claim that Marnie is a much different person when she’s sober, than when she’s had a drink or six.
After the heated argument, Saira went to the Diary Room for a bit of a cry and Marnie finally looked like she was going to be a genuine person and apologise.
But, of course, not to miss an opportunity to get her boobs out for the cameras, after much egging on from fellow housemates Lewis Bloor and Stephen Bear, she rose to the challenge.
I feel like I just need to say sorry to you. I just want to ask you a very serious question. Do you think that we had the big confrontation because I’ve got better boobs than you?
That’s when the 25-year-old then pulled down her top and started waving her breasts in front of Saira’s face. Inappropes.
And, of course, the CBB fans weren’t impressed at all, branding Marnie as a ‘bully’ and Ofcom confirming that they’ve received 86 complaints about Sunday’s episode.
The Twittersphere weren’t at all happy with Marnie:
— Hannah Clarke (@HannahClarke333) August 1, 2016
— Kathryn⚡️ (@whatkathryn) August 1, 2016
— Natalie Gibbons ? (@NmirreeG) July 31, 2016
Some fans even went as far as to call for her to be removed from the house:
That's awful! If a man shook his bits in front of someone then they would get kicked out. Saira is being bullied and targeted. Idiot Marnie
— ØŁÎVËR ŠÌMØÑŠ (@lilmonstaoliver) July 31, 2016
Just another fine example that this soul-destroying TV is only spiralling from bad to worse.