FANS of A Place in the Sun have complained about a "fussy" couple that saw the show's host beg to be "put out of her misery".
TV presenter Jasmin Harman was met with a near never-ending list of requests from potential property buyers Bill and Sandra.
The couple had £80,000 to splash on a holiday home in Kapparis, eastern Cyprus – which they hoped to share with their children.
The grandparents told Jasmin, 46, initially that a pool would be a bonus to the property, but was not essential, as well as a balcony.
The pair also hoped for a large kitchen for hosting their grand-children, as well as something close by to a beach.
At first, they appeared easy to please, with Jasmin lining up five stunning properties – but things quickly turned south.
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As Jasmin showed the couple round the list of apartments, the list of demands kept changing and were added to with each viewing.
By the second home, Bill and Sandra had decided they DID want a swimming pool for their grandchildren to play in.
They also complained about the kitchen spaces in each home, as most of them shared a common space with the living room.
While Jasmine explained it was hard to meet their demands on a small budget, the couple admitted they weren't impressed.
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It left Jasmin rolling her eyes, and at the end, asking the couple if they would "put her out of her misery".
Asking if they'd chosen a property, she said: "I still don't know which one it's going to be, so why don't you put me out of my misery?"
The couple put in an offer for the second property – a two-bedroom apartment with a pool – which was accepted.
However, it didn't stop fans from complaining about how difficult it had been for Jasmin to appease the couple's demands.
"Jesus Christ do they like anything or are they just here for a freebie holiday?" one fan lashed out on Twitter.
A second jokingly chimed in: "What next? They don't like the colour of the soil in the field next door?!"
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While a third said: "No imagination whatsoever – for such a modest budget they are expecting far too much!'
A Place in the Sun airs on weekdays on Channel 4 and is available to watch on All 4 now
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