We had a funny feeling comedian Jimmy Carr would have something to say about David Cameron's offshore tax scandal.
In the past, the Prime Minister hasn't exactly kept quiet about how he feels about people allegedly avoiding taxes.
In fact, when it was reported in 2012 that Jimmy Carr was using offshore companies to reduce his tax burden, Cameron called it "morally wrong".
Which is all a bit awkward now isn't it?
I'm going to keep it classy. It would be 'morally wrong' and 'hypocrytical' to comment on another individual's tax affairs.
-- Jimmy Carr (@jimmycarr) April 8, 2016
The witty response from the comedian on Twitter comes after Cameron's revelation that he and his wife sold shares worth more than £30,000 in an offshore fund.
In an interview with ITV News, Cameron called it a "fundamental misconception" that the fund was set up by his late father to avoid tax.
But people really aren't happy and on Saturday protesters will be taking to Downing Street calling for his resignation as prime minister. Meanwhile, on Twitter, the hashtag #ResignCameron has been trending.