There's never a dull moment on Antiques Roadshow, and the latest episode yet again managed to cause a stir with viewers.
A vicar got TV fans at home giggling as she brought a set of saintly statues from her church, St Mary Magdalen in Coventry, to be valued as the BBC programme visited Baddesley Clinton near Warwick.
Art dealer and expert Philip Mould took a look at the four items and appraised them all before coming to the final one, which showed a likeness St George killing a dragon.
The piece however prompted the vicar to reveal that many in her congregation had been troubled by it due to its somewhat suggestive shape.
Is that vicar making phallic jokes #AntiquesRoadshow
-- Alexandrahague (@alexhague65) October 16, 2016
She said: "It caused a bit of concern when it's silhouetted against a window. He's been relegated to the organ loft nowadays..."
Philip agreed that he could "see he's wrestling with it".
Obviously fans of the show were incredibly amused by the conversation-starter of a statue, taking to Twitter to laugh out loud.
St George wrestling his dragon causes some consternation with the congregation - interesting start to #AntiquesRoadshow
-- Olly the undead ? (@OllieMogs) October 16, 2016
-- Waynotugwell (@waynotugwell) October 16, 2016
Brilliant. A vicar has brought a mucky, congregation-offending St. George statue onto #antiquesroadshow
-- Luci Gosling (@lucigosling) October 16, 2016
Loving the vicar on #AntiquesRoadshow finding out she had £50k worth of statues chucked into the choirloft. Dodgily shaped St George was ace
-- Stuart Brandwood (@RoyalBlueStuey) October 16, 2016
Did the vicar just say that George's dragon was troubling a few of her parishioners? #AntiquesRoadshow
-- Jamie (@jtlovell1979) October 16, 2016
-- Stuart Court (@st73u) October 16, 2016
That St George figure 'strangling' his dragon ?? #AntiquesRoadshow
-- The Mellers (@_Mellers) October 16, 2016
Still, it was a good day out for the vicar as the four statues were valued at £50,000, with St George coming in at between £2,000 and £3,000.