Twitter users went into meltdown following Theresa May's catastrophic keynote speech at the Conservative Conference - with many expressing sympathy for her plight.
The speech took a farcical turn after comedian Simon Brodkin, also known as Lee Nelson, interrupted the Prime Minister by waving a P45 . He was swiftly escorted out of the venue.
Mrs May was further hindered by a coughing fit which caused her to struggle for the remainder of her speech. Chancellor Philip Hammond even stepped in to hand over a cough sweet.
To top off the calamitous speech, letters then fell off the slogan on the wall behind May, which originally read: "Building a country the works for Everyone".
Viewers of the spectacle were left aghast and took to social media to express their amazement.
Others, however, felt sympathy for the prime minister - including some of her critics.
There also were more than a few funny tweets, too.
However some opponents saw it as an opportunity to attack Mrs May further, with some even calling her to resign:
Others just opened the popcorn, and enjoyed as the disaster unfolded: