"All hail Queen Angie" is all we can say after Thursday's episode of The Bachelorette!
After meeting Noosa politician Jess Glasgow on Wednesday's episode, it was clear that we had our immediate front-runner for our villain.
However, while that much was clear, we couldn't possibly imagine the highly inappropriate, toxic and disgusting behaviour that Jess would then portray the very next day.
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During an "animal-themed" photo shoot, Jess (who was playing a horse at the time), gave the first red flag of the evening.
"Don't mind me if I get some wandering fingers, alright?" he said to Angie, clearly confusing humour and sleaze.
Once in position, Jess, whose head was way too close to Angie's backside, started shaking his head and pretended to "playfully" lick her.
No, we're not even joking.
Angie, visibly uncomfortable, was not even remotely amused - and neither was sweet angel, Carlin Sterritt.
"I don't think Angie realised how inappropriate Jess was being," he told the producers. "It's just not OK."
But Jess's vile and despicable behaviour continued.
Later, during Jackson "Garlo pies" Garlick's photo-shoot, Jess commented that their heads were so close, that "If that was me, I would've laid one on her. Just slip the tongue in" before adding, "Sh-t I bet she'd turn on, she's up for it."
Twitter, of course, were having precisely none of it.
And the antics did not stop there.
Jess, who clearly forgot there were cameras everywhere, could not let the photo shoot go.
He told the blokes who had stayed behind that Jackson had gotten "up close and personal" during the photo shoot and didn't "once go in for a kiss".
"Like, not even a peck, I would've grabbed that sweety and laid one on her!"
Oh no, no, no, no, no.
"I f---ing hope not!" 32-year-old Haydn said mortified.
"I've kissed plenty of girls and they've turned their heads before," Jess said amusing only himself.
"I'm used to it. Bottom line is, I'd try," he said, before referring to Angie as a "bitch".
It was here that Carlin decided to step in and tell Angie, adding in the titbit that Jess had made members of the crew squirm with his unbelievable actions.
"I knew that guy gave me the creeps on the photoshoot, but making other women in the crew uncomfortable, that to me is just so unacceptable," Angie said.
Confronting the Noosa politician, Angie did not hold back - and frankly, we are CHEERING!
Read the full transcript of her conversation with Jess below.
"You made me feel very uncomfortable at the photo shoot," she said. "I said I want fun, but I feel like you took it too far," she said.
"You jumped on my back, I was the poor little horsey," Jesse said with a smirk, completely missing the point.
"I got told to jump on your back because it was part of a photo shoot," she said fuming. "I did not ask you to say 'ride me' and move your back while I was on top of you…"
"I was just moving my tail…" Jesse interjected.
"Don't, no... And I've heard from the guys that you don't say very nice things about me and you've actually made a lot of the makeup artists and the crew not feel very comfortable," Angie told him.
"And if there's anything in my entire life that I've been super sure of, is that I'd never allow a man to come in and f--k with my sisterhood. Never. I can't have that in my life.
"I'm not here to muck around. I don't want to waste my time. You're not treating other woman nicely and I'm telling you, it infuriates me that I'm still standing here chatting to you.
"You never talk about me as a person; you always talk about me as a piece of meat. I know what I want and I know what I don't want.
"If a man can't accept and respect what I am putting down, I'd rather be single for the rest of my life.
"I know my gut and after everything I've heard I don't believe a word that you say. I don't trust you and I'm sorry you're going to have to leave."
YES, ANGIE, YES!
Naturally, Twitter was set alight.
And then, just to put the final nail in the coffin of exactly who Jess Glasgow is, his final remarks:
"I know deep down nothing happened. It was harmless fun and that's all she wanted. I'm going back to Noosa to find the love of my life in a dirty, dingy, nightclub."
There are no words for you, Jess.
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