BBC's Countryfile has come under fire from Clarkson's Farm stars Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper following a moment in Sunday night's episode.
Veteran broadcaster John Craven fronted the BBC show once again alongside Sammi Kinghorn as they headed to the South Downs while farmer Adam Henson explored a new method that could help farming hit net-zero targets.
However, it was during a segment in which Craven heard from viewers at home that Clarkson and Cooper took issue.
Craven explained: "We asked for your acts of kindness for our Wild Britain initiative and you didn't disappoint..."
What followed was a series of home videos of creatures enjoying the manmade habitats and treats left out by viewers.
"Samantha from Harrogate... has a picnic bench fit for a badger," Craven said as the video package reeled on to show one of the animals feasting on the food left out by the Countryfile viewer.
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However, Clarkson - who showed firsthand the devastation badgers can cause on farmers' cattle in Clarkson's Farm - shared the clip on Instagram and was clearly unimpressed.
"FFS," Clarkson simply penned alongside the clip to his 7.2million followers.
And among those who replied to the post was Cooper who appeared to echo his co-star's frustration
"Just thinking the same," followed by face palm emojis Cooper penned as the pair clearly took issue with the positive spin on badgers in the wild.