Insurance companies are on high alert today, expecting a boom in claims following the screening of a documentary about Lily Allen this evening.
Ms Allen announced her retirement from the pop music industry last year, claiming that she was suffering from fame burnout. However, she promptly went into business with her sister and allowed cameras to follow her around for a year as she worked on the project.
The result was a new documentery series, Lily Allen: From Riches To Rags, which airs on Channel 4 from tonight.
Last week she went on Twitter and begged her fans not to watch the documentary because it concentrated on negative aspects of her life - including her struggle with an eating disorder.
Now, insurance companies have been warned that during and following the show many televisions around the country are going to be damaged.
Said a spokesman for the insurance industry: "Apparently Ms Allen is occasionally very witty, but her inability to understand and deal with what the rest of us consider everyday issues is rather annoying.
"In fact, she's so annoying at times that we expect people to throw things at their TV screens or even chuck their sets out of their windows!"