ITV commentator Nick Mullins came in for criticism during the opening came of the Rugby World Cup between England and Fiji.
In the build-up to the game Mullins said that in the small villages of Fiji, fans would be 'gathered around the one TV, hoping generator doesn't let them down'.
The folks back home are about to enjoy Saturday breakfast, back in the south Pacific. I'm told the bulk of the nation will be watching in the big cities like Suva and Lautoka and in the smaller villages, they'll all be gathering around the one TV, the one satellite dish hoping the generator doesn't let them down.
Fijian winger Nemani Nadolo, who scored a try in the game with a superb catch off a cross field kick, hit back at Mullins on Twitter, calling the commentator's remark 'disappointing'.
Theirs more than one tv in Fiji mate and power is running just fine.. @andNickMullins disappointing call mate.. #muppetcall
— nemzy (@nemani_nadolo) September 19, 2015
To be fair to Mullins, he did also mention that Fijians would be watching in the nation's larger cities, but this does seem to have been lost in the outrage.
You can listen to the moment below.