BBC News viewers were staggered today when an expert appeared surrounded by packets of Monster Munch, a fridge, a barrel of Digestives – and a Digeridoo.
Motoring journalist Adam Rayner appeared live from Watford sat amid piles of boxes, a collection of passes and the indigenous Australian wind instrument.
In fact, there was so much to spot in Adam's spare-room of wonder that viewers likened watching it to a "hidden objects game".
One asked: "Is that a didgeridoo behind him? A man of culture I see."
Another also spotted the tubular instrument, posting approvingly: "This guy rips didge?."
However, others had different favourite spots from the astonishingly messy room, writing: "I liked the biscuit tin on the right."
A fourth said: "Top right of the picture, is that a topless lady on a magnet next to the Biscuit tin?"
Some others said the room, piled high with knick-knacks, was an odd choice to broadcast to the nation from.
One person pointed out: "Imagine what the rest of his house is like if that's the room he chose for an interview live on national TV."
Another mocked: "Oh blimey I'm on the telly today, best do it in the office I cleaned it last year."
Expert Adam was on the BBC News channel to talk about EU plans to speed-limit cars – but his intriguing room proved much more interesting.
Hopefully presenter Anita McVeigh, who politely didn't mention the mess, will invite him on again to bust out a few bars on the didgeridoo.
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