Andy Lee shared what seemed like an innocent snap of his girlfriend Rebecca Harding to Instagram this week, but it's since gone viral for a tiny X-rated detail.
"During breakfast, Rebecca had no idea that my hot chocolate looked like a penis pointing right at her!" he jokingly wrote in the caption.
"It is literally the first thing I noticed," one user commented.
"Oh my lord you're right it does," a second added.
"Wow, you can really can’t unsee that now," a third said.
"Another morning, another phallic beverage," a fourth joked.
"C*ckacino?" Rove McManus quipped.
Last month Andy shared a sweet tribute to Rebecca on her birthday writing, "Where ever we are in the world, in rain, sun and snow… you’re my favourite person. Happy Birthday @rebeccalharding xx Love you."
Some followers took the opportunity to question Andy on why he hasn't proposed yet.
"If not now when? 😂💍," one user wrote.
"Put a ring on it already dude what are ya waiting for 💍?," a second questioned.
"Where’s the RING 😮," a third said.
"When's the wedding?" yet another questioned, while someone else wrote, "Propose please."
'Didn't float my boat'
It comes after Andy revealed earlier this year he'd been approached to replace Karl Stefanovic on the Today show in 2019.
“We’d had that chat, about whether I’d be interested in looking at that,” he revealed on the I’ve Got News For You podcast.
“But the fact of getting up that early … it’s the same reason that Hamish [Blake] and I wouldn’t do breakfast radio. The idea of getting up that early didn’t float my boat.”
“But that stuff happens all the time with all shows across all networks – people sound you out to see if you might be interested.”
Interestingly, Karl opened up to Andy about the attention he received at the time when he was axed from Today.
"Towards the end of last year, I was cooked. It had taken its toll, a lot of the [media] attention – all the unwarranted attention, I thought, and you can’t control any of that," he said on Andy Lee’s The Hundred.
"I’m not going to complain too much about that, but what it meant was that in a work capacity I don’t believe for a second I was at my best.
"I think I was struggling towards the end of last year."
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