The BBC have been forced to apologise after Jonathan Ross mistakenly said something funny.
Ross, the current holder of the coveted unfunniest man on the planet award, told a mildly amusing joke in his weekend comeback show shocking listeners and causing outrage.
"I tuned in by accident, as I wanted to know if there were any holdups on the A59 near Blubberhouses, as I was on my way to see my gran in Skipton," said Betty Swollocks, 36.
"Imagine my horror to hear Ross come out with a little quip which actually raised a minor smirk," continued Swollocks.
"We are sincerely sorry for any offence that Jonathan Ross may have caused Mrs Swollocks," said the BBC.
"We didn't expect anyone to be listening to our £6 million/year employee," they explained, adding that "one mildy amusing moment out of three hours of inane childish horse-shit is nothing to get offended about."