The '80s rock band Squeeze were on live TV with David Cameron, so changed their lyrics to condemn the prime minister for being "hell-bent on the destruction of the welfare state".
On The Andrew Marr Show on Sunday morning, Cameron was forced to look on as the band sang: "I grew up in social housing, part of what made Britain great, there are some here who are hell-bent, on the destruction of the welfare state".
The band was performing a unique version of the title track from their new album, Cradle to the Grave.
Cameron was on the programme to announce a new scheme to demolish some of the UK's worst sink estates, although he refused to rule out that the scheme will lead to a decrease in the number of social houses available to rent in the country.
Now we know of at least five people who aren't supporting his idea.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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