Casualty fans were quick to slam one character for chopping of his friend's fingers after messing around with a very large sword.
A man named Sid and a woman named Rebecca were talking calmly while he held a sword, but things ended badly – which was obvious to many people watching.
With one simple swoop, Sid had taken off three of Rebecca's fingers – which left viewers shouting at the telly while feeling squeamish.
Viewers were quick to spot the outcome minutes before it did, and predicted the conclusion on social media.
Slamming the character's rookie mistake, one viewer took to Twitter to say: "He should stop swinging that sword around stupid idiot."
Before they added: "Well that [was] predictable. He should of put the sword down."
Someone else went on to add: "Who has a sword in their bedroom?!"
Another then said: "Man on #Casualty was playing with a sword. I guessed that wouldn't end well."
While a fourth then echoed: "That will teach him not to swing a sword around #Casualty."
And a fifth tweeted: "Moral of the story: don't play with swords."
While working on saving Rebecca's fingers, one nurse lost her index finger, which wouldn't survive without blood flow – meaning it could be useless if found too late.
Elsewhere in the programme, Faith Cadogan was taken aback when she saw her daughter Natalia rushed into hospital.
She discovered bruises on her neck and was shocked to learn that her injuries stemmed from a sexual experiment turned misadventure.
It then came to light that she had suffered a seizure while doing experimental sex that she and her boyfriend Tristan had seen online.
*Casualty continues next Saturday on BBC One and iPlayer.
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